Tuesday, October 12, 2010

RAW |rô|adjective 1 (of a part of the body) red and painful, esp. as the result of raw flesh : he scrubbed his hands until they were raw | figurative Fran's nerves were raw.2 (of the weather) bleak, cold, and damp : a raw February night.3 (of an emotion or quality) strong and undisguised : he exuded an air of raw, vibrant masculinity.frank and realistic in the depiction of unpleasant facts or situations : a raw, uncompromising portrait.informal (of language) coarse or crude, typically in relation to sexual matters.