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A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
UNMELLOWED, a. in-mêl'löd: not fully matured; not toned down, as by age. UNMELODIOUS, a. in mêl-ö'di-its: wanting melody; harsh. UN MELO'DIOUSLY, ad. UN'MELO'DIOUSNESS, n. the state ...
One Main Object of Which, Is, to Establish a Plain and Permanent Standard Pronunciation. : To which is Prefixed a Rhetorical Grammar by Thomas Sheridan
UNMELLOWED, ủn-měl'-lỗd. a. Not fully ripened. UNMELTED, ủn-mélt“-id. a. by heat. UNMENTIONED, ủn-mén'-fhủnd. a. Not told, not named. UndifTolved UNMERCHANTABLE, ủn-må'r-tíhën-tėbl. a. Unfaleable, not vendible. UNMERCIFUL ...
A Complete Dictionary of the English Language, Both with Regard to Sound and Meaning ... To which is Prefixed a Prosodial Grammar ... The Second Edition ... Enlarged (1790)
by Thomas SHERIDAN (M.A., Teacher of Elocution.)
UNMELLOWED, fln-mfll'dbd. a. Not fully l'l ietied. . UNME TED, lin-melt'JdJ. Undissolved by heat. UNMl-ZNTlONED, fin-mfln'-shdnd. a. Not told, not named. UNMERCHANTABLE, fin-tnd'r-tshYntEbl. a. Unsalenble, not vendible. UNMERCIFUL.
by Clive Coates
TANNIN and ACIDITY as yet unmellowed. Harsh Similar to HARP but m a fiery \ vav. and perhaps to excess. Heavy Denoting a lull, alcoholic wine. Could be used where it is rather too full-bodied, perhaps out of balance and 'stewed'. Hectare ...
With an Appendix Embracing a Dictionary of Briticisms, Americanisms, Colloquial Phrases, Etc. ... by Bp. Samuel Fallows
Raw, crude, immature, imperfect, undeveloped, blighted, unseasoned, sour, unready, unfit, unprepared, unmellowed, green, withered.
by Thomas Sheridan
UNMELLOWED, sin-mel' lode. a. Not fully ripened.
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Scrabble value of U1N1M3E1L1L1O1W4E1D2
The value of this 10-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.