verb (used with object), cured, cur·ing.
verb (used without object), cured, cur·ing.
Origin of cure
Examples from the Web for uncured
The rubber which is finished off in the drying-room is uncured.Rubber|Edith A. Browne
In February I leave the hospital, uncured, but healed from the temptations of the world.The Inferno|August Strindberg
And Harley, too,—Harley still so uncured of his frantic love!My Novel, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
But we are usually suspicious of a doctor endeavouring to cure others when he himself labours under an uncured disease.The Quiver 3/1900|Anonymous
The uncured cases became chronic and led straight to tuberculosis in its various forms.The Indian Today|Charles A. Eastman
British Dictionary definitions for uncured (1 of 2)
- to treat or finish (a substance) by chemical or physical means
- to vulcanize (rubber)
- to allow (a polymer) to set often using heat or pressure
Derived Formscureless, adjectivecurer, noun
Word Origin for cure
British Dictionary definitions for uncured (2 of 2)
Word Origin for curé
Medicine definitions for uncured
Idioms and Phrases with uncured
see kill or cure; ounce of prevention (is worth a pound of cure); sure cure.