Of fibers, not yet having been twisted into yarn or thread.(adjective)
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Use "unspun" in a sentence
"The reason this photo touches a nerve right now is because it hits, in the most graphic and "unspun" way, at America's frenzied resuscitation effort in propping up Afghanistan, its political system and especially, its military."
"The reason is b'c the yarn the original twined knitters used was spun the opposite way commercial yarn is spun today. (that whole S twist vs Z twist) Using unspun yarn will probably mean you will twist the yarn as you work it in the direction that you need. (that is if it really is "unspun" and not "lightly spun") You could spin the yarn you need the correct way, or commission somone you know who spins to spin you some yarn the way you need it done."
"And what I've attempted to do is present unvarnished and - if you will - unspun exactly what happened, and how the central character in this is President Obama, how he deals with it."