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  • adjective Not grouted.


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un- +‎ grouted


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  • Everyone knows that if Ethan promises a job will be done on time, it will be, for he's a man of his word, as dependable as he is kind, the sort of individual who never disappears with the last ten percent of a project left undone, tiles left ungrouted, for instance, or closet doors unhung.

    Excerpt: Blue Diary by Alice Hoffman 2001

  • Backsplash tile: Daltile natural stone cut face brick in champagne gold, ungrouted

    Apartment Therapy Main 2009

  • Island Lake has not done so and now nearby neighbors are worried that the pesticides and herbicides used for decades on the farm field may be working themselves down the ungrouted well shaft in their water supply.

    McHenry County Blog 2008

  • To date, no work has been done on this ungrouted, unsealed well since October 2006, at which time this well had been effectively abandoned.

    McHenry County Blog 2008

  • Prospective Island Lake pig farmer Bob Wargaski and he neighbors complained to various governmental agencies about the Village of Island Lake's ungrouted well.

    McHenry County Blog 2008

  • The house was amazingly clean, as clean as it had ever been, although despite Natalie’s efforts, a tiny cluster of mushrooms was shooting up from an ungrouted spot between the bathroom tiles.

    Surrender, Dorothy Meg Wolitzer 1999


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