unenclosed

adjective
un·​en·​closed | \ ˌən-in-ˈklōzd How to pronounce unenclosed (audio) , -en- \

Definition of unenclosed

: not enclosed or fenced in unenclosed land/space

Examples of unenclosed in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The report argued that, under the California Retail Food Code, a fire extinguisher could suffice on an unenclosed cart. Emily Alpert Reyes Staff Writer, Los Angeles Times, 11 Aug. 2021 Those codes deal with roofing and siding materials, gutters, ventilation, and structures like decks, patio covers and unenclosed floors. oregonlive, 23 June 2021 In England, unenclosed pasture and treeless grasslands retain their names as forests today, as attested by the New Forest in Hampshire, once a royal hunting ground for William the Conqueror, or the Forest of Bowland in Lancashire. Anchorage Daily News, 14 Mar. 2021 The footage reportedly showed Trotter pull into his alley shortly after Combs walked into an unenclosed porch on the side of Trotter’s house. Sarah Horner, Twin Cities, 4 Nov. 2019 Over the summer, buyers had taken the first step in snapping up dozens of condo apartments — or rather unenclosed patches of sky that would one day metamorphose into apartments. Justin Davidson, Daily Intelligencer, 10 Jan. 2018 The second is that the third bedroom is an unenclosed area under the ramp. Robyn A. Friedman, WSJ, 20 Dec. 2018 Fences were expensive and relatively few, and outsiders, by tacit consent, ranged over unimproved, unenclosed land, hunting, fishing and grazing livestock. Gerard Helferich, WSJ, 25 May 2018 Over the summer, buyers had taken the first step in snapping up dozens of condo apartments — or rather unenclosed patches of sky that would one day metamorphose into apartments. Justin Davidson, Daily Intelligencer, 10 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of unenclosed

1676, in the meaning defined above

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16 Aug 2021

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“Unenclosed.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unenclosed. Accessed 20 Sep. 2021.

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