[uhn-koo kt]


not cooked; raw: a dessert made with uncooked eggs.

Origin of uncooked

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Related Words for uncooked

raw, rare

Examples from the Web for uncooked

Contemporary Examples of uncooked

  • She even goes by “The Raw Artist”, which is as much a nod to her preference for uncooked food as her art career.

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    eBay's Millionaire Artist

    Graham T. Beck

    August 21, 2010

Historical Examples of uncooked

  • And they ate it uncooked, dipping it up in their hands, unable to devise any other way.

    The Downfall

    Emile Zola

  • The use by man of uncooked meat is not proposed or defended.

    More Science From an Easy Chair

    Sir E. Ray (Edwin Ray) Lankester

  • The Italian pointed to a pan rounded up with uncooked titbits.

    Jim Spurling, Fisherman

    Albert Walter Tolman

  • So dry were our mouths, however, we could scarcely masticate the uncooked fish.

    Twice Lost

    W.H.G. Kingston

  • The other part I had given to Lion, who was quite ready to eat it uncooked.

    In New Granada

    W.H.G. Kingston

British Dictionary definitions for uncooked



not cooked; rawuncooked meat or fish
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