Definition of "undersaturated" [un•der•sat•u•ra•ted]
Insufficiently saturated (adjective)
(of igneous rock) Having minerals without free silica (adjective)
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Use "undersaturated" in a sentence
"Color images were a bit undersaturated and a good bit less vibrant than an LCD display, but certainly acceptable."
"In contrast, the f CO2 profile of Atlantic-origin waters shows that waters below 50 m in the Eurasian Basin are undersaturated and will take up atmospheric CO2 if moved onto the shelf by upwelling ."
"Data to the left of the dotted line are undersaturated and to the right are over-saturated."