One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Not having risen.‘the unrisen sun’
- ‘Afghan bread turns out to be a very thin, flat, unrisen bread something like a tortilla or a roti.’
- ‘They didn't even wait for the bread they were making to rise - they took it in its current unrisen state.’
- ‘Make ahead: refrigerate unrisen dough and let rise for 24 hours.’
- ‘I live alone in my parent's basement and live off unrisen chocolate chip cookies dough and Coca Cola.’
- ‘They baked their unrisen bread, which they had no time to leaven since they were rushed out of Egypt so quickly.’
- ‘Her face, half terrible half beautiful, shone with the red light of the unrisen sun.’
- ‘The present invention further relates to a method of extruding a filled, unrisen, yeast bread dough.’
- ‘This was not true of Jesus in his incarnate and unrisen state.’
- ‘Which of the tested ingredients, if any, caused the yeast to slack off, resulting in the unrisen bread?’
- ‘Here is a dead man unrisen; he hasn't stepped over to the pantheon of the immortal.’
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