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unfiltered

[uhn-fil-terd] /ʌnˈfɪl tərd/
adjective
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  • The villages employing saris, in particular, had a disease rate that was half that of villages using unfiltered water.
  • Cracks in this rock allow anything that's dumped on the ground to travel unfiltered to the bottom.
  • Every year they test my unfiltered water and say it is high quality.
  • It has now cancelled this policy, and visitors have to click one extra button to access the unfiltered website.
  • They offered the opposition an unfiltered channel to reach voters.
  • They are ugly and disturbing, but everyone needs to see these things unfiltered and make their judgements.
  • Letting spam flow into our in-boxes unfiltered isn't a sensible option, either.
  • Wired photo editors' unfiltered take on cameras, technique, photojournalism and the art of it all in the digital age.
  • Some were exposed to low-level cosmic radiation, and others to both cosmic and unfiltered solar radiation.
  • He's considered a brilliant strategist and tactician, but comes completely unfiltered.
British Dictionary definitions for unfiltered

unfiltered

/ʌnˈfɪltəd/
adjective
1.
(of oil, coffee, smoke, etc) not having been passed through a filter
2.
not having been toned down, censored, or edited: unfiltered news sources
3.
(of a cigarette) not having a filter tip
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