uncaked

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ caked

Adjective[edit]

uncaked (comparative more uncaked, superlative most uncaked)

  1. Not caked.
    • 1871, Great Britain. Emigration Commission, Colonization circular (issues 30-32, page 169)
      The extreme dryness of the air is shown by the roofs of the houses (which are covered with tin) remaining so long bright, and by a charge of powder remaining for weeks uncaked in a gun.