from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- adj. Untilled; uncultivated; wild; hence, unpolished; unrefined; rude, as style.
Germany then, saith Tacitus, was incult and horrid, now full of magnificent cities: Athens, Corinth, Carthage, how flourishing cities, now buried in their own ruins!
To shut up all in brief, where good government is, prudent and wise princes, there all things thrive and prosper, peace and happiness is in that land: where it is otherwise, all things are ugly to behold, incult, barbarous, uncivil, a paradise is turned to a wilderness.
Here is raw life, lusty, full of rude beauty, but utterly incult.
The word 'incult' comes from Latin roots meaning 'not' and 'cultivated'.