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- adj. Not fertile.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not fertile; infertile; barren.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. incapable of reproducing
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Usually, members of the ethnic majority are forced on to barren and unfertile soils, where they must also try to survive under impoverished and overcrowded conditions.
Diseases that could leave them unfertile later in life when they want to have a baby.
This song is recently composed, it means that the mission of the working class is to see the land and its resources being in the hands of the people, not among individuals monopolizing it and living people with small useless pieces of dry unfertile lands.
Van Wyk suggests that reduced competition on unfertile substrata allowed this relictual flora to persist.
If so, then US has been an unfertile place for terrorism after 9/11.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I want to know what are the statistics of women becoming unfertile after taking birth control.
The same logic can be used against unfertile couples, and those who use birth control.
Who actually did know things, knew how to coax life from unfertile fields and balky cows.
The land was also spoiled by the inundations of disorderly rivers; and a great part of it was deformed with marshes, and utterly wild by reason of deep quagmires, unfertile forests, and woods.
These babies are the result of using donor eggs through in-vitro fertilization, because my wife is unfertile.