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  • adjective obsolete Being without trenches; whole; intact.

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  • adjective obsolete Without trenches; whole; intact.


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un- +‎ trenched


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  • Fill a pot with soil taken from the top nine inches of an arable field or untrenched part of the garden; another with subsoil taken from the lower depth, 9 to 18 inches, and a third with clean builder's sand or washed sea-sand.

    Lessons on Soil E. J. Russell

  • Possessors of an instant of time, of an atom of space, they sent their linked hopes, their mailed certainties forth to the unseen, untrenched fields of the future, and held their love coeval with existence.

    Sir Mortimer Mary Johnston 1903

  • I was laughed at for my vanity in consulting the mirror so often, but I consulted it in vain -- my brow was untrenched -- my cheeks -- my eyes -- my whole person continued as untarnished as in my twentieth year.

    The Mortal Immortal 1834


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