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Uncultivated

[ˌənˈkəltəˌvādəd]

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Synonyms: 1. Unwanted 2. Excess 3. Superfluous 4. Scrap 5. Extra 6. Unused 7. Useless 8. Worthless 9. Unproductive 10. Unusable 11. Unprofitable 12. Useful 13. Untaught 14. Unschooled 15. Untutored 16. Untrained 17. Unread 18. Unscholarly 19. Illiterate 20. Unlettered ...21. Ignorant 22. Uninformed 23. Lowbrow 24. Uncouth 25. Unsophisticated 26. Uncultured 27. Unaccomplished 28. Unenlightened 29. Philistine 30. Benighted 31. Backward 32. Vulgar 33. Simple 34. Rude 35. Educated 36. Learned See more »
1. This is a piece of uncultivated land
2. The land lies waste [ uncultivated ]
3. The pterivegetables are uncultivated edible pteridophyta with high nutrition
4. The world had vast uncultivated land areas
5. He astonished at the uncultivated desolation
6. I leave uncultivated today was precisely yesterday? perishes tomorrow which person of the implored
7. Of relating to or growing in uncultivated land or open fields
8. There area uncultivated areas even in most populous of the States
9. I leave uncultivated today was precisely yesterday perishes tomorrow which person of the body implored
10. The uncultivated animals and plants resources in Dongting Lake District were rich and had potential productivity
11. Nix falls into the score uncultivated land is in minutes time one point not
12. Su Lanting basis the characteristic with much uncultivated land of this locality barren mountain
13. Not a single mu of land is left uncultivated in our village
14. I leave uncultivated today was precisely yesterday perishes tomorrow whelloch person of the body implored
15. Much of the high plateau however remained uncultivated and unenclosed until the th century resulting in many roads remaining as narrow winding lanes between high banks and hedges or stone walls
16. I have uncultivated today was precisely yesterday perishes tomorrow which person of the body implored
17. Designedly reclaims appropriate farming uncultivated land want to serve as a significant strategic move to consider
18. A belt of recreational parks farmland or uncultivated land surrounding a community
19. A belt of recreational parks farmland uncultivated land surrounding a community
20. The uncultivated mind harbors a vast diversity of unrealized possibilities ranging from the depths of selfishness egotism and aggressivity to the heights of wisdom self-sacrifice and compassion
21. The bus lurches along a bumpy road through a landscape of uncultivated desolation
22. They are present on every branch in a rainforest and every square metre of uncultivated soil
23. An organism especially a cultivated plant such as a banana not known to have a wild or uncultivated counterpart
24. The settlers carved out a new nation from the uncultivated country
25. In the past drought lacks water here cannot cultivate lose uncultivated land for a long time
26. Oh that is called me spends together that years the uncultivated land
27. The United Arab Republic bad feel as if infected the entire unit the own basket fell into minute score uncultivated land
28. uncultivated definition is - not cultivated: such as. How to use uncultivated in a sentence.
29. On the lower slopes of the mountains and on all the parts left uncultivated the prevailing form of vegetation consists of a dense growth of shrubs with thick leathery leaves, such as are known to the French as maquis, to the Italians as macchic, and to the Spaniards as monte bajo,2 shrubs which, however much they resemble each other in external appearance, belong botanically to a great variety
30. 40 synonyms of uncultivated from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 46 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for uncultivated. Uncultivated: existing without human habitation or cultivation. Synonyms: natural, untamed, virgin… Antonyms: cultivated, tamed, civilized… Find the right word.
31. uncultivated definition: 1. uncultivated land is not used to grow crops: 2. Someone who is uncultivated has not had a good…. Learn more.
32. uncultivated definition at D, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
33. Define uncultivated. uncultivated synonyms, uncultivated pronunciation, uncultivated translation, English dictionary definition of uncultivated. adj. 1. Not cultivated by standard agricultural methods: uncultivated vegetables; uncultivated ground.
34. Definition of uncultivated in the D dictionary. Meaning of uncultivated. What does uncultivated mean? Information and translations of uncultivated in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
35. Another word for uncultivated. Find more ways to say uncultivated, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at T, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
36. The relation of uncultivated food and poor is very strong. Now, it is not only their source of food but their hard work took it to another level such
37. uncultivated is a wonderful, timely reminder of all that this drink can be at its best.”—David Buchanan, owner, Portersfield Cider; author of Taste, Memory About Andy Brennan Andy Brennan owns Aaron Burr Cider in New York’s Catskills region.
38. Definition of uncultivated adjective in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms and more. We use cookies to enhance your experience on our website, including to provide targeted advertising and track usage.
39. Changing the Use of uncultivated Land Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) are now a legal requirement for landowners and occupiers. The aim of the EIA is to protect the environment by ensuring that Local Planning Authorities consider the effect on the environment when deciding whether to grant planning permission to a project.
40. uncultivated synonyms. Top synonyms for uncultivated (other words for uncultivated) are uncultured, wild and uncouth.
41. The use of uncultivated fruit, skins, fiber, beeswax, etc. are examples of _____ value drawn from biodiversity. consumptive use. The use of wheat, corn, rice and other crops modified from wild ancestors is an example of _____ value drawn from biodiversity. agricultural.
42. Top 50 pesticides used on uncultivated Agricultural Area, with information on the identity, use type and toxicity of each pesticide, as well as gross pounds used, application rate, acres planted, and number of applications.
43. Left uncultivated for more than a year but less than five years. If the land is left uncultivated for more than five years, it would be categorised as culturable wasteland. (ix) Net Area Sown: The physical extent of land on which crops are sown and harvested is known as net sown area. Land-use Changes in India Land-use in a region, to a large
44. uncultivated definition: adjective 1. Not cultivated by standard agricultural methods: uncultivated vegetables; uncultivated ground. 2. Socially unpolished, uncultured, or unrefined.
45. uncultivated - (of land or fields) not prepared for raising crops; "uncultivated land" 2. cultivated - no longer in the natural state; developed by human care and for human use; "cultivated roses"; "cultivated blackberries"

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