Definition of unlicked in English:

unlicked

adjective

  • 1Not carefully or skilfully finished or formed; unpolished; crude, rough.

  • 2Of an animal: newly born; not yet licked into shape; frequently (now chiefly) figurative. Hence, of a person: naive, inexperienced; unsophisticated, unrefined, uncouth.

  • 3Not licked.

  • 4Unbeaten, undefeated. Compare "lick". Now rare.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Anthony Stafford (1586/7–c1645), author. From un- + licked.

Pronunciation

unlicked

/(ˌ)ʌnˈlɪkt/