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- adj. Not enclosed by a fence or other boundary; free to roam over a wider area.
- adj. Without protection; defenseless.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no fence; not fenced in; also, without protection, guard, or security; defenseless.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not enclosed by a fence
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In the United States, he said, the Internet is viewed as a technological Wild West that should remain unfenced and unfettered.
Four other ceremonies have been held in unfenced sites.
The video was shot by Buffalo County Outfitters on an "unfenced" property, more than likely they posted it to drum up business.
What's the significance of "unfenced" property in Wisconsin?
Where I come from, unless it is public land, legally leased land private land, or private land hunted by permission - just hunting "unfenced" property without permission would still be poaching and the deer would not be legal.
He recreated the primitive pantheon; reared an altar to the sun and burned candle fat and bacon grease thereon; and in the unfenced yard, by the long-legged cache, made a frost devil, which he was wont to make faces at and mock when the mercury oozed down into the bulb.
The back yard is unfenced, and extends to the skyline and an unascertainable bit beyond.
As one who began driving regularly in Mexico in the early seventies, the reason for this time-honored recommendation is the fact that ranchos are unfenced and animals were often loose on the roads.
It was also unfenced, surrounded by cattle ranches, without electric or phone lines anywhere near.
Wrote Seton-Karr, “It was extraordinary how herds of range cattle, bought often on book-count, melted away in the course of a few years from off the wild unfenced prairies and foot-hills of Montana, Wyoming and Colorado.”