canned

[kand]

adjective

preserved in a can or jar: canned peaches.
Informal. recorded: canned music.
Informal. prepared in advance: a canned speech.
Slang. drunk.

Origin of canned

First recorded in 1855–60; can2 + -ed2
Related formsun·canned, adjectivewell-canned, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for uncanned

canned

adjective

preserved and stored in airtight cans or tinscanned meat
informal prepared or recorded in advance; artificial; not spontaneouscanned music
a slang word for drunk (def. 1)
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Word Origin and History for uncanned

canned

adj.

1859, "put up in a can," past participle adjective from can (v.2). Figuratively, of music, from 1904, originally a contemptuous term (associated with John Philip Sousa) for music played by automatic instruments.

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