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Things uncut often describes (“uncut ________”)
hair, edges, stones, diamonds, grass, version, stone, diamond, copy, wire, pages, forest, gems, leaves, pile, timber, portion, jewels, velvet, state, loops, forests, cloth, emeralds, edge, hay, thickness, material, trees, surface, end, tops, top, gem, corn, areas, sheets, side, copies, dna, strips, sheet, area, paper, text, piece, nails, lawn, wood, grain, heroin, wrappers, hamlet, rubies, wheat, block, emerald, blocks, book, performance, film, versions, cocaine, beard, weeds, moss, portions, logs, books, lens, stand, pieces, chip, fibers, fabric, ruby, stands, bar, cord, cake, rock, loaf, jade, bush, jewel, fields, volume, meadow, plants, strip, jungle, surfaces, plasmid, cane

Descriptive words:
left, long, other, original, top, large, lower, bottom, tall, small, most, single, beautiful, cloth, whole, unknown, last, umbilical, gilt, fold, unbound, stitched, square, black, brilliant, ripe, yet, adjacent, green, growth, middle, blue, rough, vagi, incisal, extra, curly

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Book See uncut used in context: 16 rhymes, several books and articles.

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