undeveloped

[ UK /ˌʌndɪvˈɛləpt/ ]
[ US /ˌəndɪˈvɛɫəpt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not developed, mature, or fully formulated
    undeveloped social awareness
    courses in interior design were rare and undeveloped
  2. not developed, improved, exploited or used
    vast unexploited (or undeveloped) natural resources
    taxes on undeveloped lots are low
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How To Use undeveloped In A Sentence

  • These undeveloped land or uncompleted property projects have brought negative social and economic effects.
  • Rural and undeveloped land rings the metropolitan area, and Galveston Bay to the southeast (image lower right) provides access to the Gulf of Mexico.
  • The science of planetary ecology is still young and undeveloped.
  • These undeveloped humans are struggling through the lower chakras, trying to get out of the dark worlds of the mind.
  • Development is not imagined as a unilinear process, involving a move from undeveloped to developed.
  • Official institutions, like the church, remained undeveloped and weak.
  • I think he's too - well, undeveloped to have realized how serious the drugs business was. COME AND BE KILLED
  • The kiss of the prince breaks the spell of narcissism and awakens a womanhood which up to then has remained undeveloped.
  • The basis of the economy continues to be rice agriculture, and much of the population farms at a subsistence level, linked by a relatively undeveloped market system for rice, fruits, and vegetables, and using the riel for currency.
  • But there was an announcement of the potential return of Development Land Tax (on unrealised gains on undeveloped land).
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