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half-cooked

adjective
1.
not cooked thoroughly
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  • I'm half-cooked already, and I guess I can go through a little fire for the sake of a sixty-cent table d' hte and a trip to Coney.

    Nobody Louis Joseph Vance
  • We paused only long enough to bolt some half-cooked deer-meat.

    A Virginia Scout Hugh Pendexter
  • There was the same absence of punkah, the same glaring light, and succession of half-cooked clammy dishes.

    From Jungle to Java Arthur Keyser
  • The very thought of the half-cooked food sickened him––nauseated him.

    Once to Every Man Larry Evans
  • This is said with reference to half-cooked fish, but when properly cooked there is no harm in it.

  • Myleia entered, from the kitchen beyond, with a tray of half-cooked beef.

    Nicanor - Teller of Tales C. Bryson Taylor
  • Christianity may boldly assert its unique superiority to this "half-cooked" system, to use a Persian idiom.

    Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson
  • Her meals were always from thirty to sixty minutes late, and half-cooked at that.

    Miss Billy Married Eleanor H. Porter
  • They cultivated the land, at any rate during their later phase, for half-cooked corn has been found among their remains.

  • With my half-cooked meat in my hand, I swung on my knapsack, and we marched away.

    In The Ranks R. E. McBride

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