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  • adjective Not having had the top cut off.
  • adjective Not covered with a topping.


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un- +‎ topped


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  • All you need to do is roll out the dough into a big circle so that it resembles an untopped pizza.

    Homemade Crescent Rolls | Baking Bites 2009

  • Fold the untopped short end of the dough closest to you over the filling, then roll up the dough and filling jelly roll style.

    Daisy’s Holiday Cooking Daisy Martinez 2010

  • Although this is my untopped, unchallenged, fabouritest spot ever to attend on the www, you're ot here fr my amusement.

    What's Up With the Updates? 2009

  • Otherwise, instead of archetype you get stereotype, and you might as well watch or read Sophocles 'Oedipus for the original and still-untopped father-killing moment.

    Sith-Boom-Bah! 2005

  • One of her great talents was her cooking, which consisted of exciting things to do with fats ... she made a salad that was so incredible, and her spaghetti is still, to this day, untopped.

    My life as a woman Roseanne, Barr 1989

  • As soon as the flowers drop from the fruit bud the capsules grow very rapidly until they have attained full size -- which occurs only in those plants which have been left for seed and remain untopped.

    Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce E. R. Billings

  • But it's good pizza, not great - at least in a city that also boasts the wood-oven pizzas at Pizzeria Mozza, Gjelina and Terroni - and is oddly at its best as untopped pizza bread.

    LA Weekly | Complete Issue 2009


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