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untended

Line breaks: un|tend¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈtɛndɪd
 
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Definition of untended in English:

adjective

Not cared for or looked after; neglected: untended gravestones
More example sentences
  • But she says the golf course will be ruined after being untended for at least a year, and the Halls Bowling Club captain, 69, says members will have gone elsewhere by then.
  • The Blunt family home was a large, ramshackle house with an untended and brambly garden.
  • If you are lucky enough to find her house, and then a parking space on the narrow road, you will be greeted by a thicket of untended bushes and misshapen trees that obscure the entrance to the path that winds around the house to her studio.

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