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unmown

Line breaks: un¦mown
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈməʊn
 
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Definition of unmown in English:

adjective

Not mown: unmown grass
More example sentences
  • The unmown grass could spoil Colchester's reputation as a place to visit, another resident has warned.
  • I wonder why they couldn't just have pulled on to the unmown area - the grass isn't that long?
  • Too often… village greens are neglected and become rank with unmown grass and weeds, or trodden bare, used as dumps for rubbish and disfigured with litter.

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