Definition of unpurified in US English:

unpurified

adjective

  • Not made pure.

    ‘unpurified water’
    • ‘We spread unpurified spores from the diploid onto a YPD plate containing cycloheximide and determined the fate of the cells after 12 hr of incubation.’
    • ‘The use of unpurified rabbit antisera in immunological assays may result in false-positive reactions and false impressions about the degree of cross-reactivity among mold species and genera.’
    • ‘Instead of a conceptual, allegorical framework leading Dante up into the unifying vision of God as the Supreme Pleasure, there is only the unpurified, physical body tied to the social in all its gross materiality.’
    • ‘The dry root can be immediately used in the form of a decoction with water or, alternatively, the unpurified water extract can be compacted to make tablets for clinical use.’
    • ‘Sang claims while patients could take the drug by eating one of the ‘designer’ eggs, it is unlikely the drug regulation authorities would allow it to go on the market unpurified.’
    • ‘The unpurified paroxetine residue may be used in the preparation of paroxetine methanesulfonate.’
    • ‘Both unpurified air, originating from another location, and the air containing organic impurities which is produced in the drier itself can be purified in the drier.’
    • ‘This has motivated us to admit you, despite your unpurified soul.’
    • ‘About 200-300 unpurified colonies from each selection were inoculated as patches in a regular array on the same selective medium from which they were taken.’
    • ‘It's a strain that can be picked up from unpasteurized milk or unpurified cider, but it's most often found in ground beef that hasn't been thoroughly cooked.’
    • ‘The unpurified sinner trying to take the short cut to salvation by dying within the city limits: throwing himself into the traffic on Panchakroshi Road and emerging unscathed, swept up perhaps by the trunk of a passing elephant.’
    • ‘Herbalists generally use unpurified plant extracts, which contain many constituents.’
    • ‘In other cases, unpurified PCR products were used.’
    • ‘Since a Gypsy who becomes polluted can be expelled from the community, to avoid pollution, Gypsies try to avoid unpurified things that have touched a body's lower half.’
    • ‘At its best, landscape painting is not, in Henry Fuseli's words, ‘the tame delineation of a given spot’; not what Baudelaire decried as ‘Nature unpurified and unexplained by the imagination’.’
    • ‘Herbal medicines are unpurified and only roughly quantified.’
    unprocessed, untreated, crude, raw, natural, plain, coarse, rough, unworked, unprepared, unmilled, unfinished
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Pronunciation

unpurified

/ˌənˈpyo͝orəˌfīd//ˌənˈpjʊrəˌfaɪd/