Not segregated, especially not racially segregated. (adjective)
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Use "unsegregated" in a sentence
"I wish more expats thought and worked like this, in a more open and unsegregated way."
"It could work the way you suggest, but the cost (and bother) of transferring the overflow prisoners to the unsegregated prison, and back again as openings became available in the segregated ones, argues against it."
"He appointed white southerners to his administration who introduced segregation into their previously unsegregated departments, including the postal service which was a major employer."