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unlicked

[uhn-likt]
adjective
  1. not licked.
  2. Archaic.
    1. not brought into final or proper shape; unfinished.
    2. unpolished or crude.
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Origin of unlicked

First recorded in 1585–95; un-1 + lick + -ed2
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Historical Examples of unlicked

  • Yet, amazed as I was, I would not have it supposed that I was altogether an unlicked cub.

    Simon Dale

    Anthony Hope

  • Pipe down that guff, you unlicked cub, or I'll crown you with a proof-bar!

    Spacehounds of IPC

    Edward Elmer Smith

  • Yes, this gentleman is the illegitimate son of that unlicked cub.

  • He found me an unlicked whelp of the forest, and whatever I am he has made me.

    Albrecht

    Arlo Bates

  • As we both wrote in the same chamber, we preferred each other's acquaintance to that of the unlicked cubs that surrounded us.