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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishundevelopedun‧de‧vel‧oped /ˌʌndɪˈveləpt◂/ adjective  1 DEVELOPused in order to describe land which has not yet been used for building, farming etc an undeveloped stretch of coastline2 used in order to describe a country or area that does not have modern industry, and usually has a low standard of livingunderdeveloped the undeveloped regions of the world3 not fully grown a child’s undeveloped mind
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undevelopedGettysburg was then only another Pennsylvania community, its role in the campaign undeveloped.It is, of course, worth remembering that the region west of the Mississippi was still comparatively undeveloped.No one, therefore, would lend them money and the estates went undeveloped.The kiss of the prince breaks the spell of narcissism and awakens a womanhood which up to then has remained undeveloped.undeveloped beachfront propertyThe book trade is relatively undeveloped in its use of computers to change the whole way in which business is conducted.He recommended that local governments start buying undeveloped land for affordable housing.Day after day, Newland spots the buses pulled over on the shoulder along an undeveloped stretch of Scottsdale Road.The latter had been undeveloped while I lived in alien cultures.
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