Definitions

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  • adjective Not arable.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ arable

Examples

  • The Salt Deserts ecoregion is nearly level, internally-drained, mostly barren, arid, and nonarable.

    Ecoregions of Utah (EPA)

  • Ecoregion 80m is nonarable and used for recreation and wildlife habitat.

    Ecoregions of Oregon (EPA)

  • Availability of water since the completion of the Indira Gandhi Canal Scheme has provided irrigation water to the once nonarable desert, thus attracting farmers to the area.

    Thar desert

  • Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City is a $22 billion effort to turn an expanse of nonarable salt pan and deserted beaches into a 30-square-kilometer, or 11. 5-square-mile, urban area southeast of Tianjin.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City is a $22 billion effort to turn an expanse of nonarable salt pan and deserted beaches into a 30-square-kilometer, or 11. 5-square-mile, urban area southeast of Tianjin.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Plant oil used to create the fuel for the Air New Zealand flight was sourced from nonarable lands in India and Southeastern Africa (Malawi, Mozambique and Tanzania).

    AutoblogGreen

  • It can grow across a range of difficult conditions, including arid and otherwise nonarable areas.

    ATW Daily News

  • Plant oil used to create the fuel for the Air New Zealand flight was sourced from nonarable lands in India and Southeastern Africa (Malawi, Mozambique and Tanzania).

    Energy News - Energy Technology - Energy Business - Energy and the Environment

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