Ward describes it as ‘a whirlwind of sorrow, fear, regret, anxiety’ but adds: ‘It’s not just raw, unassimilated emotion.
How shall they, with their unassimilated populations, be cared for?
The new world which is arriving is unassimilated, unsorted, unexplained.
unassimilated sap passes from the roots of the plant to the leaves through the outer layer of the woody cylinder.
Most children get their minds stuffed with unassimilated facts.
Almost without exception it was the foreign and unassimilated element that broke the peace.
Well, if not disintegrated, would you prefer it to be unassimilated?
Hence the deluge of half-observations, of verbal ideas, and unassimilated "knowledge" which afflicts the world.
What are the eugenic consequences of an unassimilated immigration?
Before the end of supper I was beginning to get my bearings and to resolve the unassimilated party into its elements.
early 15c., from Latin assimilatus "feigned, pretended, fictitious," past participle of assimilare "to make like," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + simulare "make similar," from similis "like, resembling" (see similar). Originally transitive (with to); intransitive use first recorded 1837. Related: Assimilated; assimilating.
assimilate as·sim·i·late (ə-sĭm'ə-lāt')
v. as·sim·i·lat·ed, as·sim·i·lat·ing, as·sim·i·lates
To consume and incorporate nutrients into the body after digestion.
To transform food into living tissue by the process of anabolism.