Definition of "rawer" [rawer]

  • (adjective) comparative form of raw: more raw

Use "rawer" in a sentence

  • "The Detroit blues style of the 1950s, rawer and less refined than the comparable music coming out of Chicago."
  • ""We've always been a little rawer in the content we make," said Mr. Alvi, who was preparing for a boat journey up the Congo River "like Joseph Conrad"."
  • "Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal 'We've always been a little rawer in the content we make,' said Suroosh Alvi, another Vice co-founder."

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