untilled

ADJECTIVE
  1. not plowed or harrowed or hoed
    untilled land
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How To Use untilled In A Sentence

  • The fields south of Five Corners that had been untilled are still untilled.
  • ‘The concept that untilled soil will turn to rock-hard clay is only true if there are too few worms, and too much compacting of the soil by the wheels of heavy tractors and harvesters,’ he said.
  • But a wheezing comes from the ground, and behind the apricot tree, denuded this time of year, the spider drags its prey further into the untilled area by the side of the road. stay out of the garden
  • He said less wildlife is lost to the mower blades and more find stable habitat in grazed and untilled fields.
  • Situated between Kansas City and Wichita, the Flint Hills are a weekend sanctuary for many city folks, an oasis of untilled land in the Midwestern Wheat Belt. Energy Price Outlook, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • He decided to till again, but left a 40'-wide strip of untilled rye.
  • In turn, farmers are converting land formerly left untilled into cropland, and ceasing to rotate corn and soybean crops from year to year, in favor of corn.
  • untilled land
  • God meant the land to be cultivated, and it was on this basis that Carolina, for example, was claimed in the first place, in 1629, as a region hitherto untilled . . . The Chosen Peoples
  • He was also a child of the untamed and untilled outback where people lived quite literally on the breadline.
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