Husked refers to grains or seeds that have had their outer shells removed. Some antonyms for husked might include "unpeeled," "undeveloped," "unhusked," or "intact husk." These words describe grains or seeds that still have their outer layers attached. For example, an unpeeled potato has its skin intact, whereas a peeled potato has had its skin removed. Similarly, an unhusked coconut still has its fibrous outer shell and tough, brown outer layer, while a husked coconut has had these layers removed. Using antonyms can help writers create clear descriptions and avoid repetition in their writing.
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