unenclosed


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unenclosed

(ˌʌnɪnˈkləʊzd)
adj
not enclosed; not surrounded; open
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unenclosed - not closed in our surrounded or includedunenclosed - not closed in our surrounded or included; "an unenclosed porch"; "unenclosed common land"
enclosed - closed in or surrounded or included within; "an enclosed porch"; "an enclosed yard"; "the enclosed check is to cover shipping and handling"
References in classic literature ?
Dunstan Cass, setting off in the raw morning, at the judiciously quiet pace of a man who is obliged to ride to cover on his hunter, had to take his way along the lane which, at its farther extremity, passed by the piece of unenclosed ground called the Stone-pit, where stood the cottage, once a stone-cutter's shed, now for fifteen years inhabited by Silas Marner.
Behind him the hills are open, the sun blazes down upon fields so large as to give an unenclosed character to the landscape, the lanes are white, the hedges low and plashed, the atmosphere colourless.
The endless, empty moorlands stretched before her, entirely unenclosed, and with no boundary but the horizon.
When I ascertained that these young trees had not been sown or planted, I was so much surprised at their numbers that I went to several points of view, whence I could examine hundreds of acres of the unenclosed heath, and literally I could not see a single Scotch fir, except the old planted clumps.
Casson, the landlord, had been for some time standing at the door with his hands in his pockets, balancing himself on his heels and toes and looking towards a piece of unenclosed ground, with a maple in the middle of it, which he knew to be the destination of certain grave- looking men and women whom he had observed passing at intervals.
In the intervals of brightness it was easy to distinguish objects in remote corners of the shop and the horseshoes that hung upon the wall; in the momentary gloom the fire seemed to be glimmering amidst the vagueness of unenclosed space.
A year later, his printer could not only create 3-foot-tall vases, it was also unenclosed.
They found the thermal conductivity increases of the ABS and HIPS faced simulated refrigerator panels aged at a lower rate than those predicted for the unenclosed full-thickness polyurethane foam.
Most modern law departments are also now incorporating one or more communal areas, as well as meeting rooms, unenclosed breakout areas and casual seating groups or "clusters" that staff can use as social hubs for collaborating with their colleagues.
there had never been unlimited public rights of access within the unenclosed landscape'.
Add tenant farmers, unenclosed common land and grouse shooting areas into the mix and suddenly the effective management of the moorland becomes an almost impenetrable mass of organisations, priorities and vested interests.
Before the Norman Conquest of 1066, everyone had a right to hunt on unenclosed lands.