unfelled

unfelled

(ʌnˈfɛld)
adj
(of trees) not felled; not cut down
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In each ESA, the operators were asked to fell trees into the planned cleared patches or the racks and not routinely into the unfelled matrix.
It could, in fact, be a green and pleasant world, with vast forests unfelled, permafrost unmelted, coastal waters clean and clear and not a Styrofoam container in sight.
Some of the original trees have then been left unfelled for longer than they would have been normally, and will grow on to provide larger logs for the timber industry.
Their voices "become the sound of trees" (126), but touched as they are by each other, by the body of the audience, they are unfelled. Protected by the recognition of the other the body is safe "in the dreaming part inhabiting us" (Brossard 68).
The acquisition also includes BAC Sag & Hyvleri's stock of unfelled timber.
Unlike England, where it is regarded as a "weed", sycamores have been left unfelled on many old Welsh estates.
For the rustic beds we buy the wood unfelled. And for our range of pine furniture we import Scandinavian pine from managed forests.