unmown

[ UK /ʌnmˈə‍ʊn/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (used of grass or vegetation) not cut down with a hand implement or machine
    an unmown lawn
    uncut grass
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How To Use unmown In A Sentence

  • Neighbors with patchy or unmown grass were frowned upon, or worse.
  • Lawn mowings are left in situ and large areas of longer grass are left unmown to encourage wild flowers and grass seed.
  • Too often… village greens are neglected and become rank with unmown grass and weeds, or trodden bare, used as dumps for rubbish and disfigured with litter.
  • It may be a little too simple for adults, who will wonder what community would allow this sort of unmown lawn, but the message is direct and perfect for children. Kids Lit » Blog Archive » On Meadowview Street
  • I wonder why they couldn't just have pulled on to the unmown area - the grass isn't that long?
  • Hulking like a skeleton, the only house on the street that had an unmown lawn.
  • As much as anything else, he thought, it was the small things that were disturbing: the unmown grass at the park, the weeds protruding from the asphalt in the bank parking lot, the garbage cans lining the streets, filled with uncollected trash -- insignificant items on the surface, but telltale signs that something was seriously amiss. Baby Games
  • We chose a typical northeastern hayfield - habitat that's wonderful for voles but also likely to get rapidly overgrown if left unmown.
  • In between blocks, Shinn and Page have established small ‘prairies,’ plots seeded to perennial grasses and forbs and left unmown to serve as habitat for beneficial insects and other wildlife.
  • Lawn mowings are left in situ and large areas of longer grass are left unmown to encourage wild flowers and grass seed.
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