Did you possibly mean undue?
- adj. Not dug
- un- + dug (Wiktionary)
“Twinn believes that hidden in the soil below is an extensive Roman ritual and domestic site, still largely unknown and undug, which is why the precise location of our walk must remain top secret.”
“The harvest petered out, the woman never appeared, but the Bohemian farmers, as they had done since Alobar could remember, left a few acres of beets undug so that they might complete their cycle and provide the seed for next year's crop.”
“I ask, the spot having been both undug and unprotected by signs for at least 30 years.”
“He had never excavated another site, but as the ancient mound languished on the Konya Plain, undug and neglected, Mellaart had done everything he could to keep its memory—and his own reputation—alive.”
“And thus places that are dug open flow by that pressure, and afford the more water (as the breasts of women do milk by their being sucked), the vapor thus moistening and becoming fluid; whereas ground that remains idle and undug is not capable of producing any water, whilst it wants that motion which is the cause of liquefaction.”
“He broiled two for his dinner, toasted another huge tuber and then undug his egg, arranging it in its carrying shell with plenty of warm sand.”
“She stood a long time bent over a potato hill, unable to see the spading fork, the undug potatoes forgotten.”
“But there were no fresh stains on that wall this morning, and the graves remained undug, though here and there were seen the first marks of spades where the wretched victims had begun to dig.”
“When the disease appeared, the people who held conacres threw them up, and the potatoes remained undug.”
“The crops were deficient, especially the potato crop, much of which was left undug until the ensuing spring, partly on account of the inclement weather, partly because it was not worth the labour.”
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