un·​sea·​soned | \ ˌən-ˈsē-zᵊnd How to pronounce unseasoned (audio) \

Definition of unseasoned

: not seasoned: such as
a : not seasoned with added spices or savory ingredients unseasoned food
b : lacking age or seasoning : inexperienced unseasoned performers
c : not matured or developed by growth or passage of time : immature unseasoned timber/lumber/wood

Examples of unseasoned in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Lots and lots of rocks, smooth and flat and blackish-gray, volcanic bricks that had been heated to 755 degrees in an oven for eight hours and then wheeled to tables with hunks of raw, unseasoned beef. Michael Mayo, sun-sentinel.com, "Review: Hot and bothered at Black Rock in Fort Lauderdale, home of DIY steaks and mystery drink prices," 11 Sep. 2019 With the Spurs, that means the unseasoned aspiring coaches in that job get lots of one-on-one time with Popovich, as well as access to team meetings and practices. Mike Finger, ExpressNews.com, "Young Spurs and Team USA assistant a valued voice for Popovich," 7 Aug. 2019 Hogs, unseasoned, start skin-side down, getting a spice mix including brown sugar, cayenne, and paprika when flipped midway during the 12–15 hour cook time. Eric Velasco, al.com, "Meet the crew who makes Birmingham’s barbecue," 3 June 2019 Gone was the Asian marinade; the ahi was completely unseasoned. Amy Drew Thompson, orlandosentinel.com, "Potentially potent: Felipe Rodriguez Tequila House in Thornton Park | Review," 24 July 2019 While the unseasoned fries (from frozen) aren’t worth discussing, everything else about this tiny Bronzeville stand is top-notch. Nick Kindelsperger, chicagotribune.com, "Where to find the best barbecue on Chicago’s South Side, where the rib tip and hot link combo is king," 26 June 2019 Still, trading platform Robinhood has come under scrutiny for promoting frequent trading on individuals stocks—something analysts say may be unwise for the unseasoned trader. Anne Sraders, Fortune, "This Pot Company Stock is Now More Popular Than Apple Among Millennials," 17 June 2019 At the beginning of the competition in Frisco, everyone starts on an even playing field with raw, unmarinated and unseasoned meat. Sarah Kuta, The Denver Post, "Barbecue becomes a competitive sport as cooks go to great lengths to win the Colorado BBQ Challenge," 6 June 2019 All meats are pit-cooked, with unseasoned butts on for 12–24 hours (depending on the weather). Eric Velasco, al.com, "Meet the crew who makes Birmingham’s barbecue," 3 June 2019

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First Known Use of unseasoned

1582, in the meaning defined above

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“Unseasoned.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unseasoned. Accessed 9 Apr. 2020.

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English Language Learners Definition of unseasoned

: not having a lot of experience in a particular job or activity
of food : not having added spices, herbs, salt, pepper, etc.


un·​sea·​soned | \ ˌən-ˈsē-zᵊnd \

Kids Definition of unseasoned

: not made ready or fit for use (as by the passage of time) unseasoned lumber

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