unleavened

[uhn-lev-uhnd]
adjective
(of bread, cake, cookies, etc.) containing no leaven or leavening agent.

Origin:
1520–30; un-1 + leaven + -ed3

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unleavened (ʌnˈlɛvənd)
 
adj
(of bread, biscuits, etc) made from a dough containing no yeast or leavening

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Example sentences
They reported that their parents had baked a flat, unleavened bread in the spring.
It is unleavened flatbread that is usually filled with either a curry dish of meat, potatoes or vegetables.
Light bread or loaf bread contrasts instead with pone or cornpone, bread made with corn meal and usually unleavened.
Wheat is consumed primarily in the form of an unleavened, pan-backed bread called chapati.
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