Containing no yeast; not leavened: an unraised doughnut. (adjective)
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Use "unraised" in a sentence
"With the Republican Party these days, they're flailing so desperately in thin air that they're limited to birth certificates, calling something "stupid," misinterpreted statements, unraised taxes, and the government planning to kill you."
"As for "Worldfocus," "with staff and getting the show up, it's costing $10 million a year in unraised money, which means it's a big risk," noted the same former PBS staffer."
"Forty-five minutes later, the field is down to 498, and Mike, thanks to a hand where he was allowed to limp into an unraised multiway pot from the little blind, holding only 7-4 suited, was able to triple up by flopping two pairs."