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Thesaurus / undeveloped

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They often occur on undeveloped land, which can offset some of their positive contributions to climate change, especially if the land that has to be cleared was sequestering carbon.
He led the group for the last 12 years, and his love for building single-family homes in undeveloped areas was matched only by his love for provoking environmentalists and the legislators who passed housing regulations.
POLITICS REPORT: BIA’S BIG DECISIONSCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSMARCH 6, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
The remote setting — no cellphone service, no electricity and surrounded by hundreds of acres of undeveloped forest — added to the temporary joy of escaping from the virus, Soucy said.
Get back to the land at these almost entirely undeveloped campsites at the mouth of Cub River Canyon in southeastern Idaho.
This being so, it stands to reason that I ought not to leave this God-sent gift uncultivated and undeveloped.
The language of the Akka is of a very undeveloped type, and seems a link between articulate and inarticulate speech.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
The areas left for sports grounds, parks, and reserves are still largely undeveloped.
The under-painting is in, the color relations and the contrasts of masses, but all is more or less crude and undeveloped.
THE PAINTER IN OILDANIEL BURLEIGH PARKHURST
The epigynum of this form was extremely undeveloped, having only a small epigastric furrow with depressions at either end.
Others may satisfy a vitiated or undeveloped public taste, but what is artistically sound is also physiological.

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