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  • adjective Not having been shovelled.


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un- +‎ shovelled


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  • Is it better to leave the driveway unshovelled until the last flake falls, or try to keep up with Jack Frost's production rate?

    Vlog alert. Ann Althouse 2008

  • As far as he could see everything was white with a thin layer of snow -- he kicked some of it off his toes onto the unshovelled platform.

    The Miracle Man 1909

  • To say nothing of biting dogs, unshovelled walks and bunions. - Home Page Ken Gallinger 2011

  • It takes the average sidewalk plow 13 hours to complete its route, so the snow can sit unshovelled as residents sit back and wait for the city to do the job for them.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed MARCUS GEE 2011

  • The city typically sends out warnings when it gets complaints of unshovelled walks, but it has been hesitant to levy fines for fear of penalizing senior citizens or disabled residents. - News 2010

  • The annual salary for U.S. mail-carriers, who, stereotypically, are chased by neighbourhood dogs and slip on unshovelled walkways with the noble goal of delivering bills and junk mail.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed 2010

  • 2. Curry 3. Hot waiters who can't get enough of said baby 4. The perfection of an unshovelled patio four feet deep in snow 5. Poured cement counters, which I do not have by the way, but I love to look at them.

    Grace In Small Things: Part 61 of 365 2009


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