uninclosed

uninclosed

(ˌʌnɪnˈkləʊzd)
adj
a variant of unenclosed
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Our course lay over a wide, uninclosed tract of country at a little distance from the river-side, whence the bright warning lights on the dangerous parts of the St.
It was like the wailing of someone in distress, and it seemed to proceed from beneath a tall and lonely fir-tree, in the centre of a cleared but uninclosed and uncultivated field.
93) Furthermore, in 1756, New Jersey preserved the Indians' right to hunt "on any uninclosed [sic] Lands.
any embellishment, illustration, or picture uninclosed in a border, or having the edges shading off into the surrounding paper; a head-piece or tail-piece" [1751]) incorporates a narrative, becoming a miniature version of the normally much larger "story-picture" or genre painting.
060-inch case rim thickness is uninclosed, and therefore allows room for possible bullet shifts in-chamber).
249) the court held that the term "high seas" was applicable to the open, uninclosed waters of the Great Lakes between which the Detroit River is the connecting stream, notwithstanding the water of the Lakes is fresh and tideless.
The Second District rejected the following arguments made by the landowner and the private property rights organizations: 1) that Florida ordinary high water boundary law did not differentiate between flat-banked and steep-banked water bodies; 2) that in all cases the boundary had to be an observable physical mark on the ground that ordinary people could "readily ascertain"; 3) that the boundary did not include areas submerged during the annual high water season; 4) that the boundary was located on all water bodies at the line where the water had wrested vegetation; and 5) that the boundary did not include any lands which could be "used for cattle to range upon as natural or uninclosed pasture.
It also held proof of adverse use, to create a prescriptive right to a road traversing uninclosed land must be much more convincing than proof required to establish the same right when the road traverses clear or inclosed land.
leaves the same unguarded and uninclosed by a guard or fence of sufficient height and strength to prevent any person from accidentally riding, driving, walking, skating or falling therein .