untrimmed

[uhn-trimd]
adjective
1.
not trimmed.
2.
Also, uncut. Bookbinding. (of gathered sections of a book) having the bolts untrimmed by a guillotine or plow.

Origin:
1525–35; un-1 + trimmed

untrimmedness, noun
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Example sentences
The fillet of beef, also called the tenderloin, often comes untrimmed from the butcher.
He wore his thick dark hair long, almost to his waist, and left his beard and mustache untrimmed.
Plants with untrimmed shoots showed poor performance.
All edges shall be serrated uniformly and shall be free of untrimmed paper fragments.
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