Not cultivated by standard agricultural methods: uncultivated vegetables; uncultivated ground. (adjective)
Socially unpolished, uncultured, or unrefined.(adjective)
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Use "uncultivated" in a sentence
"In San Andrés isolated trees and small localized groups of trees survive, apart from secondary bushy vegetation in uncultivated areas or forming an irregular undergrowth among the crops of coconut palm, while there are some remnants of the forest in the central massif of Providencia."
"As I have already said, we had from the beginning felt called especially for itinerating work, the work of looking out new fields and preparing the way for other laborers, the work of preparing the soil in uncultivated regions, that by twos and threes, and in greater numbers when God's time arrived, the sowers of the Word might come to dark Tibet to scatter the seed unto a glorious harvest."
"The villages were abandoned, and the land lay around in uncultivated wastes."