unsoil

verb
un·​soil | \"+\

Definition of unsoil 

transitive verb

: to strip the top layer of soil or mold from

intransitive verb

: to remove the soil (as in opening a deposit of clay for brickmaking)

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History and Etymology for unsoil

un- entry 2 + soil, noun

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