untopped

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ topped

Adjective[edit]

untopped (not comparable)

  1. Not having had the top cut off.
    • 2010, Craig Macaskill (ed.), The National Agricultural Directory 2011 (page 168)
      Recently, there is commercial interest in planting trellised, untopped trees for earlier production in slow-growing regions such as the Western Cape.
  2. Not covered with a topping.
    • 2000, Beth Hensperger, The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook
      In a Paris pizzeria, I watched rounds of pliable, untopped pizza dough get tossed into a very hot wood-burning oven and emerge puffed up, to be sprinkled simply with olive oil and salt.