Recent Examples of unseasoned from the Web
But this year’s crop of fresh skippers will be, for the most part, an unseasoned bunch.
No black woman asks a white woman for a cigarette because more than likely, the white woman is going to pull out a Virginia Slims, a Pall Mall or some unseasoned brand of tobacco.
Bob Huggins and the West Virginia Mountaineers have largely avoided featuring such an unseasoned roster over the years, and as a result, West Virginia has remained as one of the nation’s premier programs.
The bowl contained unseasoned white rice — not Mexican as advertised — with lettuce.
Kentucky probably won’t be so unseasoned in a year’s time.
This year’s matchup could turn into a battle of ground attacks with both teams sporting unseasoned quarterbacks.
Soup-baristas on a recent weekend offered a $4 special infused with the flavors of tom kha gai, and recommended sparking the unseasoned $3 broth-latte with condiments such as a tiny spoonful of sea salt.
In attempting to solve the crime, local authorities bring in an unseasoned FBI agent, Jane Banner (Elizabeth Olsen), who joins the far more experienced Cory to track the killer.
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- unseasoned lumber
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