noun, plural proc·ess·es [pros-es-iz, ‐uh-siz, ‐uh-seez or, esp. British, proh-ses-iz, proh-suh-seez] /ˈprɒs ɛs ɪz, ‐ə sɪz, ‐əˌsiz or, esp. British, ˈproʊ sɛs ɪz, ˈproʊ sə siz/.
- the summons, mandate, or writ by which a defendant or thing is brought before court for litigation.
- the whole course of the proceedings in an action at law.
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Examples from the Web for unprocessed
His unprocessed singing is so good, it makes one wonder why he bothers using a tool designed to mask poor vocal work.Harry Potter Raps, The Catcalls Heard ‘Round the World and More Viral Videos|Alex Chancey|November 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But adults know the difference between healthy produce (fresh, unprocessed) and unhealthy junk.
They wore shapeless clothes of goat hair and unprocessed wool from their sheep.Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed.|S. A. Reilly
In this case, inferences drawn from the unprocessed data lead to a complete misinterpretation of the real situation.A Quantitative Study of the Nocturnal Migration of Birds.|George H. Lowery.
This is important in all circumstances and particularly so where the milk is consumed in the unprocessed state by children.A Living from the Land|William B. Duryee
British Dictionary definitions for unprocessed (1 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for unprocessed (2 of 3)
- a summons, writ, etc, commanding a person to appear in court
- the whole proceedings in an action at law
- to institute legal proceedings against
- to serve a process on
- to develop, rinse, fix, wash, and dry (exposed film, etc)
- to produce final prints or slides from (undeveloped film)