We were sitting at the base of a tall tree and there was a certain bush close by with bright red berries when they were unripe.
They must be of the sour kind but, as said, they must not be unripe.
But instead of those you have offered them sour, unripe fruit, with a glittering rind-from your own garden, of your own growing.
East Indian is more highly charged with unripe cotton than American.
Journalism is yet too unripe to do more than guess at truth from a single side.
You can tell this by the difference in the taste of ripe and unripe apples.
And after that the boys ate themselves ill with unripe mangoes.
In this condition it is called "green," unripe or not cured.
It has been urged against Whitman that he expresses our unripe Americanism only, but serious readers of him know better than that.
What scholar is not a sufferer from this form of unripe virtue?