• Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Unassimilated un-a-sim′i-lā-ted not assimilated, not absorbed into the system as nutriment: not brought into conformity with something.
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In literature:

Such material exists in a world by itself, unassimilated to ordinary customs of thought and expression.
"Democracy and Education" by John Dewey
Almost without exception it was the foreign and unassimilated element that broke the peace.
"A Poor Wise Man" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
A slave is an unassimilated, an undigested atom; something which is in the body politic, but yet is hardly part of it.
"Physics and Politics, or, Thoughts on the application of the principles of "natural selection" and "inheritance" to political society" by Walter Bagehot
He is then felt as an unassimilated foreign body, and all secretly desire his removal.
"Home Scenes, and Home Influence" by T. S. Arthur
But at my friend's house it was not rancid at all, it was simply unassimilated.
"The Silent Isle" by Arthur Christopher Benson
What are the eugenic consequences of an unassimilated immigration?
"Applied Eugenics" by Paul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson
The burning or setting on fire gives it the greater part of its flavour, which is an agreeable bitterness, and burns out the unassimilating oil.
"The American Practical Brewer and Tanner" by Joseph Coppinger
All repulsion is reaction to the unassimilable.
"The Book of the Damned" by Charles Fort
And should we ever have been presented with that new shibboleth "unassimilable"?
"Appearances" by Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson
Here and there among the turgid muddle, out of the impact of unassimilated things, comes a spark of real poetry.
"Rosinante to the Road Again" by John Dos Passos
How shall they, with their unassimilated populations, be cared for?
"Porto Rico" by Arthur D. Hall
This remains in our midst practically unassimilated as yet, after a dozen years with no services in their church.
"Six Thousand Country Churches" by Charles Otis Gill
Well, if not disintegrated, would you prefer it to be unassimilated?
"Limbo and Other Essays" by Vernon Lee
That clog is the presence of some millions of unassimilable negroes in the section.
"The Brothers' War" by John Calvin Reed
The harm thus done by naturalized but unassimilated citizens may be malicious and intentional or incidental.
"The Unpopular Review, Number 19" by Various
The new world which is arriving is unassimilated, unsorted, unexplained.
"A Lost Cause" by Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

In news:

This event is otherwise known as the Fellowship of Unassimilated Manhattan Exiles .
If there was a Fellowship of Unassimilated Midwestern Exiles , it would have a waiting list for admission.
FUME, the Fellowship of Unassimilated Manhattan Exiles , is a social club for DC residents pining for the Big Apple.