unploughed

[ UK /ʌnplˈa‍ʊd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of farmland) not plowed
    unplowed fields
    unbroken land
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How To Use unploughed In A Sentence

  • Fields went unploughed as the men who usually did this were victims of the disease.
  • The sward is the original sward, untouched, unploughed, centuries old. The Open Air
  • She opened the croft gate, and the women filed in, one by one before us, and stood on the unploughed plots of the croft.
  • Likening the heart to soil, and the work of the Spirit to a farmer sowing seeds, Cairns exhorts his readers to break up the unploughed ground.
  • We had been admiring stylish old metal gates, and with the wide unploughed field boundaries had been singing the praises of the typically walker-friendly East Riding.
  • Likening the heart to soil, and the work of the Spirit to a farmer sowing seeds, Cairns exhorts his readers to break up the unploughed ground.
  • The relations between both counties are like an unploughed land.
  • Fields went unploughed as the men who usually did this were victims of the disease.
  • Terminal plans show pipelines, with a 45-metre working width, running across seven of Les's fields - fields which have remained unploughed for generations and produce some of the finest grazing in Wales.
  • We had been admiring stylish old metal gates, and with the wide unploughed field boundaries had been singing the praises of the typically walker-friendly East Riding.
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