uncompounded

[ adjective kom-pound, kom-pound; noun kom-pound; verb kuh m-pound, kom-pound ]SEE DEFINITION OF uncompounded
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNCOMPOUNDED

Compound words are declined in the same manner as if they were uncompounded.

And therefore Hardness may be reckon'd the Property of all uncompounded Matter.

And the uncompounded may be assumed to be the same and unchanging, whereas the compound is always changing and never the same.

Nirvana is unproduceable (which does not mean unattainable) without origin, not made of anything and uncompounded.

The substance of the soul is not to be regarded as simple and uncompounded; its constituent parts are aura, heat, and air.

This is the uncompounded essence of his first inaugural, as of all his political philosophy.

Must each simple, uncompounded elementary atom be immaterial?

Therefore we may set it down as the uncompounded result of natural selection.

Every sensation is uncompounded, containing nothing but one uniform appearance, not being distinguishable into different ideas.

And this I have experimented in a dark room by illuminating those bodies with uncompounded light of divers colors.

WORD ORIGIN

"to put together," late 14c., compounen "to mix, combine," from Old French compondre, componre "arrange, direct," from Latin componere "to put together" (see composite). The -d appeared 1500s in English on model of expound, etc. Related: Compounded; compounding.

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