Inconcocted vs Unconcocted - What's the difference?
As adjectives the difference between inconcocted and unconcocted
is that inconcocted
is (obsolete) imperfectly digested, matured, or ripened while unconcocted
is (archaic) undigested.
* 1804 , ,
Popular Lectures on Zoonomia, or the Laws of Animal Life, in Health and Disease :
* 1802 , , John Woodvil , Act IV:
- It may arise also from the stomach being overloaded with unconcocted aliment, or from a suppressed or diminished secretion of the salivary liquors in the mouth, which may arise from fever, spasm, or affections of the mind;
- A weight of wine lies heavy on my head,
- The unconcocted follies of last night.
*The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia , The Century Co. (1897), Volume 8,