infertile[ in-fur-tl or, esp. British, -tahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF infertile
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFERTILE
Seventh, the old queen, when infertile, cannot be removed or replaced.
If the eggs still are infertile, the cock should be sold in the market.
When the parts are deficient, the flowers are called barren or infertile.
Infertile, not producing seed, or pollen, as the case may be.
Infertile eggs cannot heat because the germ has not been fertilized and can make no growth.
As already stated, the infertile ovum, or egg, is produced by the woman.
If satisfactory results are to be obtained, the eggs should be fresh and clean and, if possible, infertile.
It was in conformity with the distinction between fertile and infertile areas that our old system of trade defence was developed.
The infertile areas were the great routes which passed through the focal points and connected the terminal areas.
Says an agricultural journal: The eggs of most fowls are infertile from too much pampering and too little exercise.