Thesaurus / uncombined

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Now, flour is not interesting stuff, at least uncombined with other things; but you cannot make a cake without it.

A Plucky GirlL. T. Meade

Ideal aspirations are not enough, when uncombined with pluck and will.

The lungs can only yield oxygen to the blood when the oxygen is uncombined; no compounds are of use.

This acid is found in an uncombined state in the waters of certain lakes.

Elements of Chemistry,Antoine Lavoisier

These bases, at their creation, existed in an uncombined state, as did all the elementary substances.

But nowhere, except in the air around us, do we find oxygen free and uncombined with other substances.

General ScienceBertha M. Clark

But feeling on any plane is not, as conscious, uncombined with thought.

Animal skins also, in any form, uncombined with tannin, may be worked into glue.

That the materials of each body were created in their simple, uncombined, or elementary states.

To separate from the cloth the part of the mordant that is uncombined, and merely mixed mechanically with the gum or starch.

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