Examples of unripe in a Sentence
Bananas are green when unripe.
unripe and unprepared recruits who were sent into battle as cannon fodder
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And then came the Nocino, a complimentary digestif Nodler and Kincaid had steeped with unripe black walnuts from Green Meadow Farm along with lemon, brown sugar, and a complex array of spice.
Scientifically known as Drosophila suzukii, this peppercorn-size insect uses a serrated organ to lay its eggs inside—rather than on top of—unripe fruit, damaging raspberry, strawberry, and cherry crops across the globe.
Tomatoes, potatoes and rhubarb Tomatoes, especially unripe green ones, are toxic and can cause all sorts of problems that can lead to heart failure.
Tomatillos, sometimes called husk tomatoes, look like green, unripe tomatoes with a dry, leafy husk that wraps around the outside.
Julienned carrots, onions, and unripe mango are mixed with herbs like mint and basil before being marinated in a nuoc cham and lime–based sauce.
And, yes, as with the unripe fruit, the Trumpmobile has proven as bad as many feared.
Sweet dried currants, rehydrated in verjus, the juice of unripe grapes.
The Talley and Petersen nominations highlight clear missteps on the part of Republicans who have put forth nominees that may be unripe for the judiciary.
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wet behind the ears;
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Definition of unripe for English Language Learners
of food : not fully grown or developed : not yet ready to eat : not ripe
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