(of things) not seasoned; not matured, dried, etc., by due seasoning: unseasoned wood.
(of persons) not inured to a climate, work, etc.; inexperienced: an unseasoned crew.
(of food) not flavored with seasoning: a tasteless, unseasoned meal.
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
Examples from the Web for unseasoned
Historical Examples of unseasoned
No, the wood was unseasoned; or, perhaps, it was over-seasoned.
How delicious the broth tasted, unsalted and unseasoned as it was!
It had been built of unseasoned oak lumber and was not plastered.
It is like the swift making of furniture with unseasoned wood.
His father explained that the unseasoned lumber of the puncheons would so shrink in the drying that no fastening could hold them.
British Dictionary definitions for unseasoned
Derived Formsunseasonedness, noun
(of persons) not sufficiently experiencedunseasoned troops
not matured or seasonedunseasoned timber
(of food) not flavoured with seasoning
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Word Origin and History for unseasoned
1580s, "not made palatable by seasoning," from un- (1) "not" + past participle of season (v.). Meaning "not habituated by experience" is recorded from c.1600.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper