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- adj. That has not been zoned.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not zoned; not bound with a girdle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no zone, belt, or girdle; ungirded; uncinctured.
Shacks start springing up in unzoned areas, holiday homes are used, old caravans are bought, campsites are utilized and lies are told.
The unzoned exurban dissonance goes on like this kilometer after kilometer on west coast expressway 15, making me press on the accelerator and watch out for police speed cameras.
In the remaining unzoned portions of the sanctuary, management activities focus on improving water quality and protecting habitat.
His home, of which he was very proud, was a gray architectural monstrosity designed to look like a medieval castle, inside acres of pecan and live oak trees, all of it in an unzoned area that mixed pipeyards and welding shops with thoroughbred horse barns and red-clay tennis courts.
"In New Jersey it has been found that the unzoned suburban town is at a distinct disadvantage as compared with the community protected by a zoning ordinance."
It is not a province of thought or comprehension, for in these mighty deeps and unzoned seas of mental reality, the wing of thought, or the pinions of the imagination never can rest, roll, or soar.
Its endless threads of evolutions and translations are ungatherable and hide in the unzoned and nameless future.
He is said to have penetrated from the zoned, to the unzoned principles.
Jacoby said public input is especially important because the property is in an unzoned township.
And since all of the land was unzoned, there was no obligation to provide any "social and affordable" housing.
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