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  • a  not carefully reworked or perfected or made smooth by polishing
    dull unpolished shoes
  • s  lacking social polish

  • A more learned version of Misery 's Annie Wilkes ("I'm your number one fan"), the Incunks speak in part to a writer's fear of having their unfinished, unpolished work stripped from .
  • But it does remind us sometimes with a winning, unpolished awkwardness that the pursuit of love is a game that is as dangerous as it is exhilarating.
  • His unpolished delivery was so earnestly affecting that he was chosen to represent the Padres in one of 26 national antidrug television spots.
News & Articles

  • Nobel Laureates Doodle Their Discoveries
    You can view Nobel Award-winning scientists sketching their research in the video above. What do you get when you ask 56 Nobel Laureate scientists to cartoon their greatest discoveries? Photographer Volker Steger fearlessly tackled the challenge during an annual meeting with Nobel Laureates in the Bavarian town of Lindau. And what resulted was gritty, unpolished and playful -- a far cry from the ...
    July 5, 2013 - The Online NewsHour
Quotes

  • Manny Acta in USA Today
    He had that first inning and that fourth inning where he pitched like an unpolished minor league kid, walking guys and unable to put away a guy 0-2,Acta said. "And then he gives us four outstanding innings and saved our bullpen real good."
  • Christian Poulsen in CNN
    The 28-year-old,Poulsen said: "My dream is to surprise the Italian public and show them that rather than being the unpolished player they perceive me as being that I am in fact technically very sound."
  • Seth Jones in Washington Post
    Omar, Jones said, "tends to be fairly reclusive and unpolished. Baradar is the one who deals with the operational side."

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