undrained

ADJECTIVE
  1. not drained
    preserve wetlands; keep them undrained
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How To Use undrained In A Sentence

  • I conceive him to indicate that the realistic method of a conscientious transcription of all the visible, and a repetition of all the audible, is mainly accountable for our present branfulness, and that prolongation of the vasty and the noisy, out of which, as from an undrained fen, steams the malady of sameness, our modern malady. The Egoist
  • They lost the battle and now it's all farm land apart from a couple of places still undrained.
  • Usually the village was a line of unpainted wooden huts along each side of a main street that was unpaved and undrained.
  • What enticed the Kildare resident to the Midland region of Ireland was the island's biggest waterway, the largest undrained river in Europe, and a place which he holds dear to his heart.
  • preserve wetlands; keep them undrained
  • There is no air in a peat bog and, therefore, undrained peat is made up of 90% water.
  • Ridges may allow earlier planting on undrained fields; however, they are not a complete substitute for tile.
  • Usually the village was a line of unpainted wooden huts along each side of a main street that was unpaved and undrained.
  • There is no air in a peat bog and, therefore, undrained peat is made up of 90% water.
  • Many streams in the world's arid and semiarid regions run only intermittently and empty into broad, undrained basins known as playas, where they deposit their sediment and dissolved minerals.
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