unraked

unraked

(ʌnˈreɪkt)
adj
1. not raked or gathered together with a rake
2. not raked or smoothed
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The senator had a pumpkin patch, compost and unraked leaves beneath some of his trees.
it had an unraked hull, and it drafted only ten inches.
Dig it in and leave the soil unraked until spring planting time.
But after a three under par front nine of 32, the Scot ran into trouble immediately after the turn, carding a double bogey on the tenth followed by a bogey in the 11th, before dropping another shot on the 17th when his tee shot ran into unraked spikemarks in a bunker.
One thing you can do to have the best of both worlds is to allow half the tree's dripline to remain unraked for a couple of years and just rake the rest.
In truth, there were countless spots for the golf balls to hide in the mowed but unraked meadow.
All too often, we say far too much, rather than keeping quiet or we "rake over old ashes" when we would be better allowing them to remain unraked.
It doesn't matter whether they happen in an unraked village hall where your head, of necessity, keeps moving from side to side in response to the head immediately in front of you, or in an 800-seat theatre.
A Head Start graduate whose child has also been in the program, Hill spent much of her three-year tenure publicly railing against mismanagement in local preschools, and her office looked for any reason to penalize a Head Start program, citing them for such infractions as "leaving unraked leaves on a playground.
Admittedly, there's no escape these days from the illuminated waving wands and there's no guarantee that you won't sit right behind somebody in outsize rabbit ears, round which you peer from your position on the unraked floor.
The company, at the very start of its tour and getting used to an unraked stage, may have been pushing hard to get through.