His jeans were torn and his cotton shirt was in rags, but his grit was unsifted.
Into four of them, while cold, ordinary unheated and unsifted air was pumped.
It was on these unsifted assumptions that the Governments of the allied Powers went to work.
She had so many dreams to dream over, such an unsifted store.
Bake the meal into bread by mixing it, unsifted, with sour milk, and adding a little soda and pepper.
The meal is often unsifted and sour, and the meat such as in the North is consigned to the soap-maker.
unsifted means one who has not nicely canvassed and examined the peril of her situation.
In like manner they sift cochineal, and sell it at a less price than what is unsifted.
Theophilus Thistle, the thistle-sifter, sifted a sieve of unsifted thistles.
Inquiry and doubt are silenced by citation of ancient laws or a multitude of miscellaneous and unsifted cases.
Old English siftan "pass (something) through a sieve," from Proto-Germanic *sib- (cf. Dutch ziften, Middle Low German sichten, German sichten "to sift;" see sieve (n.)). Intransitive sense "to pass loosely or fall scatteredly" is from 1590s. Metaphoric sense of "look carefully through" first recorded 1530s. Related: Sifted; sifting.