tilth

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noun \ ˈtilth \

Definition of tilth

1 :cultivated land :tillage
2 :the state of aggregation of a soil especially in relation to its suitability for crop growth

Origin and Etymology of tilth

Middle English, from Old English, from tilian to till

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