This was often of unseasoned timber, that it might last the longer, two feet in diameter, and eight feet or more in length.
Scooping up double handfuls of the unseasoned stuff, we fell to even before Kazu had gotten his ponderous spoon into position.
Uncle Jim would have felt disgraced had a piece of work made of unseasoned wood left his shop.
The whole structure was of white wood, unseasoned and unpainted—which was only sensible, since it would shortly be destroyed.
It is like the swift making of furniture with unseasoned wood.
She had plenty of courage to bear the hard words now, but they cut deeply into her unseasoned heart.
It was an ordeal too great for any unseasoned troops, and they gave way.
The men were raw and unseasoned, and even the leaders were lacking in the rudiments of military training and discipline.
About the most unappetizing thing I can think of is lumpy mashed potato, or mashed potato that is heavy and unseasoned.
It led, it appears, to some "distemper" in Virginia caused by the colonists "eating pork and other meats fresh and unseasoned."