unwashed


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lacking high station or birth

Synonyms for unwashed

of or associated with the great masses of people

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not cleaned with or as if with soap and water

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The tin dishes were packed away unwashed. Mercedes continually fluttered in the way of her men and kept up an unbroken chattering of remonstrance and advice.
The kitchen is now speckless, not an unwashed platter in sight, unless you look beneath the table.
"You give me a guinea, and I'll give you half an hour." With this reply Old Sharon held out his unwashed hand across the rickety ink-splashed table at which he was sitting.
Whoever crosses a river with hands unwashed of wickedness, the gods are angry with him and bring trouble upon him afterwards.
Dirty finger-prints were on the hall-windows, flue and rubbish on its unwashed boards.
Sweat some very finely chopped onions in butter without browning, add unwashed basmati rice and stir until it become stransparent.
It might smack of Don Quixote tilting at windmills - in an unwashed Ford Rocinante - but, nevertheless, let's wish the Government well with its quest to transform burly, bluff old-white van man into a sandal-wearing eco-warrior.
Looks like Little Billy Fane, pictured, might have to slum it with the Great Unwashed and catch the bus for a while.
After subjecting their shrink-proof wool textiles to several washing cycles, the Austrian group found that the treated wool didn't loose any of its volume and was virtually indistinguishable from unwashed textiles.
Applying perfume, wearing unwashed socks or removing hair can be pre-dance rituals almost as important to some dancers as a good warm-up and a last check of their costumes.
MICK Hucknall may look permanently unwashed. And he may be ginger.
Government, philanthropic, and media reports recounted lurid tales of poor youngsters snatched from rural homes to become virtual beggars on foreign streets, of child "dens" in city slums where unwashed children crowded into small and windowless rooms, fed on bread and macaroni, and slept on filthy floors.
each) apricot jam; set unwashed empty jars and lids aside.