unenclosed

[ UK /ˌʌnɛnklˈə‍ʊzd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not closed in our surrounded or included
    an unenclosed porch
    unenclosed common land
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How To Use unenclosed In A Sentence

  • Furthermore, much of the Lincolnshire Wolds in its unenclosed state was sheep pasture, not arable land.
  • The main form of agriculture was pastoral with cattle and sheep being grazed on unenclosed lands.
  • The main form of agriculture was pastoral with cattle and sheep being grazed on unenclosed lands.
  • So, if the statutory provision says that one has the right to go into unenclosed and unimproved land for subsistence purposes, then that is the case, but if there is an enclosure, of course, there is no longer that right.
  • Now, more than 135 years on, Berkhamsted Common remains triumphantly unenclosed.
  • Squinting, he could not actually see much, but he felt a breeze, so he thought that he had come to an unenclosed area.
  • They can be installed in either enclosed cavities such as walls or unenclosed spaces such as attics.
  • Loess Plateau in North Shaanxi Province is an unenclosed ecology-economy system with characteristics of mountain area, and it is very fragile.
  • By the way, the enclosure has been taken down, and this area is now as denuded of grass as the unenclosed area.
  • It needs - in spite of immense difficulties which I shall list below - to be constantly reaffirmed that the only family worthy of being unenclosed in scare quotes is the traditional, monogamous, heterosexual two-parent family. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
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