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unplanted

Line breaks: un|plant¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈplɑːntɪd
 
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Definition of unplanted in English:

adjective

(Of land) uncultivated: an acre of unplanted Scottish moor
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  • Only 70 percent of landholdings or estates may be planted; the unplanted land has been set aside as a nature preserve.
  • People have to survive, and there is unplanted land - land that might be theirs morally, and so, they occupy it.
  • As crops are harvested, replant or mulch unplanted areas.

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