unimproved

[ UK /ˌʌnɪmpɹˈuːvd/ ]
[ US /ˌənɪmˈpɹuvd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of land) not cleared of trees and brush; in the wild or natural state
    a farm with 50 acres of unimproved and 68 acres of improved land
    unimproved woodlands
  2. not made more desirable or valuable or profitable; especially not made ready for use or marketing
    unimproved dirt roads
    taxes on unimproved land are low
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How To Use unimproved In A Sentence

  • In 1849, the unimproved portion of the Campine was estimated at little less than three hundred and fifty thousand acres. Earth as Modified by Human Action, The~ Chapter 05 (historical)
  • The former is only concerned with unimproved land and requires the Valuer-General to value the largest estate in the land.
  • The pages of the draft speech lay beside him, unattended, unimproved, and now completely irrelevant. WALL GAMES
  • On a per-acre basis, the State of Florida has spent an average of $1,326 per acre, which is approximately the value of unimproved pastureland in Florida (Reynolds and Deas).
  • 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.
  • Therefore, George advocated allowing landowners to keep a small percentage of the land rent, mainly to avoid the prospect of having all unimproved land revert to the commons.
  • The unimproved hill at the Teagasc farm in Leenane has been grazed at an annual density of 0.9 ewes per hectare from 1995 to 1999.
  • They are but improved means to an unimproved end.
  • Clearly, developing improved humans will create great social and political problems with respect to unimproved humans.
  • There, the forward mental health treatment team would hold casualties 48 to 72 hours before either returning them to their units or, if they were unimproved, evacuating them further rearward.
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