unshaded

adjective
un·​shad·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈshā-dəd How to pronounce unshaded (audio) \

Definition of unshaded

: not shaded: such as
a : not sheltered from light or heat an unshaded open field
b : not covered with a shade unshaded light bulbs

Examples of unshaded in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Between practices for some series in the morning and races later in the day, spotters can be up on the unshaded stand for hours on hours. Michelle R. Martinelli, For The Win, "NASCAR's spotters stand: The most important place at the Daytona 500," 16 Feb. 2020 The pair then conceived a futuristic-looking sconce — a vertical brass rod with an unshaded Edison bulb on either end — and is currently working on a shelf light and a coffee table. New York Times, "A Tokyo Itinerary, Over-the-Top Hats and More," 13 Sep. 2019 Fans may be allowed to bring their own beverages into venues, 30 of which are outdoors, most unshaded. New York Times, "Tokyo Braces for the Hottest Olympics Ever," 10 Oct. 2019 When heat index values reach at least 105, MedStar prioritizes patients in unprotected or unshaded areas. Jesus Jimenez, Dallas News, "Dallas-Fort Worth will flirt with 100 degrees this week, but the worst is probably yet to come," 8 July 2019 Buy Photo As the heat index peaked at 106 Tuesday, the hottest day so far this year, strangers at unshaded crosswalks exchanged anguished scowls. Julia Terruso, Philly.com, "While you're chillin' out on the 4th, these workers will be sizzling," 3 July 2018 The dashboard of the unshaded economy car registered 192 degrees. Weldon B. Johnson, azcentral, "Does parking in shade REALLY make a difference in Phoenix?," 16 June 2016 The average dashboard temp of all three unshaded vehicles was 162 degrees. Weldon B. Johnson, azcentral, "Does parking in shade REALLY make a difference in Phoenix?," 16 June 2016 Several hundred people gathered on a hot, unshaded public plaza for an interfaith service followed by a march to City Hall. Jim Salter And Summer Ballentine, The Christian Science Monitor, "Faith leaders call on St. Louis protesters to show love instead of hatred," 20 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of unshaded

1638, in the meaning defined above

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“Unshaded.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unshaded. Accessed 5 Aug. 2020.

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