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Use "unrefined" in a sentence
"The sugar of this country is much better than that which we bring home from our plantations: for all the sugar that is made here is clayed, which makes it whiter and finer than our muscovada, as we call our unrefined sugar."
"For the last 25 years, we have had our economic policy led (at least highly influenced) by this kind of unrefined, non-academic theory of supply-side, free-trade at all times, and tax cuts are always a solution type ideology which has gotten us in this ditch."
"The game is very unrefined which is a shame; I think my high degree of patience is what's keeping me from putting this game down but even I'm finding that the mechanics are starting to wear thin."