untillable

adjective
un·​till·​able | \ˌən-ˈti-lə-bəl \

Definition of untillable 

: not able to be tilled untillable land

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The team meticulously marks, measures, and photographs each crater and depression, all the while brushing off questions from villagers befuddled by the interest in this barren, untillable plot of land. Kathleen Mclaughlin, Science | AAAS, "This paleontologist races the bulldozers to track down China’s dinosaurs," 21 June 2017

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1714, in the meaning defined above

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