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- adj. Not watered.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Freed from water; drained, as a mine.
- Not watered; undiluted; unmoistened.
- Not supplied with water; not given water to drink.
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No. I knowed some people that used to live there, and they kind of unwatered it part of the time and took some samples.
An unwatered pitch discouraged the culture of their Cup displays, when they beat sides from each League division except the Premier.
After all, horses might survive out on the great plains, but camels can walk a week through the desert, unfed and unwatered, carrying half their body weight.
Sadly, they sat on the porch, unwanted and unwatered, and eventually died.
We found an abandoned home in the rural woods, the payments are less than half what our rent was in the city, we have a small garden, it is small as I was laid up with that femoral artery bypass surgery at planting time and since the seedlings did not get in the ground they died in the greenhouse unwatered and untended.
The wilting orchard had grown into the image of the nation state: paths that were once gravelled and shaded by lush leafy tunnels were now overgrown with brambles and weeds, the trees struggling to survive, unwatered, in the heat of the town.
I think the lawn itself doesn't thrive as well as the local weeds in the poor soil and unwatered condition.
Part of Kenner flooded, but because the levees held, the pumps unwatered it later the same day, or early the next day.
I have seen a child in pain due to a blocked urinary catheter, and I have also seen many instances of patients going unfed, unwatered, and call buttons placed out of reach, while the nursing staff remain out of sight in the staffroom.
Their cities must have narrow, unwatered streets, foul with accumulated garbage.