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uncropped

(ʌnˈkrɒpt)
adj
1. uncut
2. (Agriculture) (of land) lacking crops
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Adj.1.uncropped - not used for growing cropsuncropped - not used for growing crops; "uncropped soil"
unplanted - not planted
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