unworked

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ worked

Adjective[edit]

unworked (comparative more unworked, superlative most unworked)

  1. Yet to be altered, carved, milled, worked, or otherwise changed from its natural or crude state.
    • For years there stood in the sculptor's studio a two-ton block of unworked Italian marble.
  2. (archaeology) Describing an unaltered material found associated with human tool-making or other cultural activity.
    • Dozens of unworked obsidian cobbles were found buried with the deceased.