unpastured

unpastured

(ʌnˈpɑːstʃəd)
adj
1. (Agriculture) not used as pasture
2. (Agriculture) (of livestock) not having been allowed to graze
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I hunted pasture farms all the time when I was younger and they were always good hunting--maybe not quite as good as the unpastured ground nearby--but definitely good enough to be worth the time and effort to hunt them.
That is why the Masai, those great herdsmen, have left the grasslands beside the stream unpastured, and why, that day and for many days to come, we saw not so much as a single hut of reeds, far less a village.
Oriental human beings throw off their leafy canopies, expire; it is the unpastured sea hungering for calm.