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unsown

Syllabification: un·sown
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈsōn
 
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Definition of unsown in English:

adjective

Not having been sown: a strip of unsown soil
More example sentences
  • All the crops they require spring up unsown and untilled, wheat and barley and vines with generous clusters that swell with the rain to yield wine.
  • The trial has revealed that the breeding success of skylarks improved by around 50 per cent when small areas of cereal fields are left unsown.
  • It said the recent rainfall will benefit paddy and other crops already planted or sown and will also facilitate sowing in unsown areas.

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