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uncultivable Line breaks: un|cul¦tiv|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkʌltɪvəb(ə)l/

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Definition of uncultivable in English:

adjective

Impossible to cultivate: vast areas have been made uncultivable by land mines
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  • I remember visits to the resettlement sites, where land was uncultivable, water salty, fodder for domestic animals unavailable and communities fragmented.
  • One can stand at these sites and almost go back thousands of years and visualize the strenuous efforts required to simply exist in this waterless, uncultivable, inhospitable land.

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