tillable

[ til-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF tillable

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These gravelly bottoms are not tillable except in a few spots.

But thus far only a fraction of the tillable soil has been located on.

What did it cost "to subdue" the present tillable lands of this country?

The people of Delaware have, indeed, very little land that is not tillable.

Why did these people chose their embattlements so far away from all tillable land and sources of subsistence?

Much of it is so broken by steep hills and deep ravines as scarcely to be tillable at all.

It has already been made clear that only 16 per cent., or fifteen million acres, of the land of Japan proper is tillable.

His small tract of tillable land was mortgaged, and Kinnard held over him the lash of financial supremacy.

It is impossible to say with accuracy what part of the state may properly be classed as tillable.

They take away from the area of tillable soil, and add it to waste and unprofitable districts.

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