Thesaurus / rawest


But the oldest Christian amongst them needed the exhortation as much as the rawest recruit in the ranks.

For instance, not even the rawest tenderfoot would expect “One-eyed Pete” to turn out to be a parson.

The Late TenantLouis Tracy

The officer in charge of them turned to one of the rawest of his men.

They were about the rawest lot of recruits the sergeant had ever tackled.

Anecdotes of the Great WarCarleton Britton Case

The ranks are filled by conscription in Spain, and when the men first arrive at Havana they are the rawest recruits imaginable.

"It is just a chance—just the rawest of all chances," he went on, ignoring my query.

Pirates' HopeFrancis Lynde

It was badly stage-managed; for even the rawest investigators must be struck by the absence of the usual feminine ululation.

The Valley of FearSir Arthur Conan Doyle

It became evident now even to the rawest that the whole Mexican army was present.

The Texan ScoutsJoseph A. Altsheler

A´´´ is an article of consumers' wealth and A is the rawest material that enters into it.

A 'Fact,' in the common use of the word, is a particular observation: it is the material of science in its rawest state.

LogicCarveth Read


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