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[ UK /ʌnkˈʌltɪvˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
  1. (of persons) lacking art or knowledge
  2. (of land or fields) not prepared for raising crops
    uncultivated land
  3. characteristic of a person who is not cultivated or does not have intellectual tastes
    lowbrow tastes
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How To Use uncultivated In A Sentence

  • The Earth's rice production must expand by about 1 percent annually to meet increasing demand, and almost no available uncultivated land is suited to intensive agriculture.
  • And those who possess or have cultivated in themselves this fine moral sentiment of unselfishness, justice, and considerateness, will be surrounded by an atmosphere of culture though their dwelling-place be an uncarpeted cabin, while those who lack this restraining grace will be "uncultivated" though their surroundings afford every comfort, beauty, and luxury. Letters to a Daughter and A Little Sermon to School Girls
  • Usually uncultivated and fallow lands need cleaning and leveling.
  • Although irreverently trivialized in the Western world -- perceived by outsiders as uncultivated or lacking structure -- dances like Lamba from the Bambara people of Mali could rival any French derived Grand rond de jambe. Sasha Brookner: Sabar: African Hip-Hop
  • In San Andrés isolated trees and small localized groups of trees survive, apart from secondary bushy vegetation in uncultivated areas or forming an irregular undergrowth among the crops of coconut palm, while there are some remnants of the forest in the central massif of Providencia. Cayos Miskitos-San Andrés and Providencia moist forests
  • In this respect, the Persians, Turks, and the so-called uncultivated people, are much more generous than we are. A Woman's Journey Round the World
  • I leave uncultivated today, was precisely yesterday perishes tomorrow which person of the body implored.
  • For I was now upon the limit of Velay, and all that I beheld lay in another county -- wild Gevaudan, mountainous, uncultivated, and but recently disforested from terror of the wolves. Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes
  • No corner is left unsprayed or uncultivated. Times, Sunday Times
  • Each member's plot is demarcated with either a fence or an uncultivated strip of land.
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