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unenclosed

Syllabification: un·en·closed
Pronunciation: /ˌənenˈklōzd
 
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Definition of unenclosed in English:

adjective

Not enclosed by walls or fences: the main staircase is unenclosed at the lobby level
More example sentences
  • The scheme will support new and existing organic farmers, providing £35 / hectare on organic arable or enclosed land, and £10 / hectare on unenclosed land subject to conditions.
  • The legislation does not apply where the road passes over unenclosed land.
  • The main form of agriculture was pastoral with cattle and sheep being grazed on unenclosed lands.

Words that rhyme with unenclosed

self-imposed, undisclosed, unexposed, unopposed, unposed

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