One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘If you get good fruit, they should all be enjoyable, and those lying at the extreme of ripe or unripeness can be used in cooking or for making small batches of microwave ja.’
- ‘He was sent up a coconut tree which was heavily loaded with nuts in various stages of ripeness and unripeness, going up in surly fashion, looking round at intervals and shaking his chain angrily.’
- ‘Just a little unripeness here but this still has an appealing character, despite its rather soft style.’
- ‘In the present case the unripeness was more serious.’
- ‘Were Canadian leaders farsighted, or simply oblivious to the unripeness of their approach?’
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