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1(of a person) not restored to health.
2(of meat, fish, tobacco, or animal skins) not preserved by salting, drying, or smoking.‘uncured pork’
newly harvested, garden-fresh, not stale, crisp, firm, unwilted, unfadedView synonyms
- ‘Balance high-sodium foods with other foods (fruits, vegetables, uncured meats) that are low in sodium.’
- ‘Dublin's many tanneries required running water in which to soak piles of uncured leather.’
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