unplowed

ADJECTIVE
  1. (of farmland) not plowed
    unplowed fields
    unbroken land
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How To Use unplowed In A Sentence

  • I walked Jasper tonight through sidewalks unplowed, drifts, banks, alleys, and he loved it: dogs love snow.
  • Ours took us on unplowed roads and fields where we'd think twice before taking a stock heavy-duty pickup.
  • Then came the snowstorm of February 1969, when Queens's streets lay unplowed for four days, stranding people without food and water and causing 26 deaths in the borough.
  • The unplowed area grew smaller and smaller, but Billy evinced no intention of quitting, and his audience on the fence was deep in conversation. CHAPTER III
  • So as a result the alleys remained upswept, the streets remained unplowed, and the windows remained undusted.
  • We did see on cross-country skier heading down the unplowed Pennsylvania Avenue yesterday. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Headline of the Day
  • The hills are treacherous as the snow just keeps piling up on the unplowed roads.
  • Absurdly, I took the back roads route to the post office, which was twisty and hilly and totally unplowed.
  • This Audi, this minivan, even this New Jersey pickup truck had no business driving unplowed side streets.
  • With an estimated 80% of endangered species located on private land, most of the cost has been borne by individual citizens in the form of timber left unharvested, homes left unbuilt and fields unplowed—to say nothing of the legal fees incurred by owners who battle for the right to harvest, build or plow. The Politics of Protection
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