Definition of unowned in English:

unowned

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈəʊnd
 
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adjective

1Not having an owner: unowned land
More example sentences
  • No fences at all to be seen… no cattle… huge groups of rocks… hundreds of miles of seemingly unowned and uncultivated land.
  • Lord Romilly's preliminary ruling sent a clear message to all landowners eyeing parcels of seemingly unowned land - commons, wastes, heaths and greens - with intent to develop, exploit or add them to their existing holdings.
  • This is acceptable to Nozick since untalented people would have starved anyway had the land remained unowned.
2Not admitted to; unacknowledged.

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