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  • adj. Alternative spelling of unploughed.

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  • adj. (of farmland) not plowed


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un- +β€Ž plowed


  • Neighborhoods seen as politically disloyal sometimes faced problems such as unplowed winter streets.

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  • Unhappiness with unplowed streets was strongest in the outer boroughs, and Bloomberg offered a consolation prize of sorts in the form a plan to allow some cabs to pick up street fares in outer boroughs.

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  • With an estimated 80% of endangered species located on private land, most of the cost has been borne by individual citizens in the form of timber left unharvested, homes left unbuilt and fields unplowedβ€”to say nothing of the legal fees incurred by owners who battle for the right to harvest, build or plow.

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  • We did see on cross-country skier heading down the unplowed Pennsylvania Avenue yesterday.

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  • It's not yet investigating a possible conspiracy, another law-enforcement official with knowledge of the probe said, but could bring charges if it finds that intentionally unplowed streets led to deaths or injuries.

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  • Numerous streets were left unplowed for days, stranding buses and motorists and preventing ambulances from getting to emergencies.

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  • Overconfident, I carelessly turned onto my home street in Arlington, where the snow remained deep, at least six inches, and unplowed immediately after the storm.

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  • So, next winter, this person, in lieu of Adams, will do the presser with the snow shovel and admonish us, trapped in our homes by unplowed streets, to clear our own walks?

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  • The unplowed area grew smaller and smaller, but Billy evinced no intention of quitting, and his audience on the fence was deep in conversation.


  • After that winter blast on the tail of a holiday travel weekend, swaths of the city went unplowed for days, ambulances got stuck and the overworked sanitation department allowed trash to pile up.

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