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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to unburnt:   (139 results)

Often used in the same context:
unburned, tannic acid, blackberry bush, holm oak, mulga, buffel grass, areca nut, ironbark, burnt, douglas fir, sphagnum, desiccating, sassafras tree, flammable, cypress pine, hummocky, subalpine fir, clayey, charred, tansy ragwort, joss paper, resinous, airing cupboard, liquidambar, methylated spirit, denatured alcohol, unsown, limber pine, osage orange, charcoal burner, prussic acid, forested, briar, joss stick, whorled, subalpine, unswept, creosote bush, methylated spirits, ignitable, tussocky, whin, carboniferous, juniper bush, sweet clover, purple heather, pinyon, tannish, slaked lime, leaf scorch, calcium oxide, chlorotic, unmelted, mildewy, loess, cumulus cloud, pinon pine, brome grass, copper sulphate, tussock moth, lyme grass, rubbly, limed, lichen, semidesert, loquat tree, creosoted, dry, marsh marigold, peaty, axle grease, hemlock tree, jackfruit tree, cow parsnip, red osier dogwood, ponderosa, paperlike, marram grass, sphagnum moss, dehumidified, chaparral, reddish purple, ashy, woody, retardent, spatterdock, cinnamon bark, lateritic, cork oak, poison sumac, western larch, inflammable, bog myrtle, unbreathable, linseed oil, engelmann spruce, dampish, spongelike, roughcast, sage brush, scrub oak, great dividing range, denotes, linger, pallas, sheik, sinner, thrice, yesterday, achilles, afore, alderman, alley, alone, antler, athena, awhile, axle, bee, behind, blank, blastomere, unconsumed, burned, calcined, pulverized, combustible, undissolved, decomposed, weathered, comminuted, decayed, desiccated, disintegrated, friable, pulverised, unworked, liquefied, denser

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— Nouns for unburnt: bricks, brick, gas, fuel, carbon hydrocarbons, clay, bones, coal, gases, bone, more...

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Book See unburnt used in context: 1 Shakespeare work several books and articles.

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