un·​elec·​tri·​fied | \ ˌən-i-ˈlek-trə-ˌfīd , -ē-ˈlek-\

Definition of unelectrified

: not equipped or supplied with electricity : not electrified a remote, unelectrified area

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The program will help poor people get electricity connections at no cost, Modi said, adding that his government is making efforts to provide power to about 3,000 unelectrified villages. Rajesh Kumar Singh, Bloomberg.com, "Modi Will Spend $2.5 Billion on Pledge to Electrify Every Home," 25 Sep. 2017 Program will help poor people to get free power connections Modi says fewer than 3,000 villages still unelectrifiedIndia’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled a 163.2 billion-rupees ($2.5 billion) program to ensure electricity for all households. Rajesh Kumar Singh, Bloomberg.com, "Modi Will Spend $2.5 Billion on Pledge to Electrify Every Home," 25 Sep. 2017

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1747, in the meaning defined above

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