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Definitions of undeveloped

  1.   not developed; " courses in interior design were rare and undeveloped"; " undeveloped social awareness"
  2.   undeveloped or unused; " vast unexploited ( or undeveloped) natural resources"
  3.   ( of real estate) not built upon or ready for building upon; " taxes on undeveloped lots are low"
  4.   Not opened or unfolded.
  5.   Not developed.

Quotes of undeveloped

  1. In expressing love we belong among the undeveloped countries. – Saul Bellow
  2. We regard those other cultures, such as that of India, where many people live and believe and behave much as they did 1, 000 or 2, 000 years ago, as undeveloped – Arthur Erickson
  3. Semantics, or the study of meaning, remained undeveloped while phonetics made rapid progress and even came to occupy the central place in the scientific study of language. – Roman Jakobson
  4. Modern techniques have torn down state frontiers, both economical and intellectual. The growth of means of transport has created a world market and an opportunity for division of labor embracing all the developed and most of the undeveloped states. – Christian Lous Lange
  5. The growth of means of transport has created a world market and an opportunity for division of labor embracing all the developed and most of the undeveloped states. – Christian Lous Lange
  6. This is due partly to the fact that Americans are much better fed than Europeans, and partly to the undeveloped resources of a new country, but more largely to our climate, which acts as a constant stimulus. – Josiah Strong

Usage examples for undeveloped

  1. Even the internal legislation of states suffers under this difficulty in so far as the art of legislation is still very clumsy and undeveloped – The Future of International Law by Lassa Oppenheim
  2. Further developed and noble souls, in spite of all their efforts, are unable to conjure away the influence of the undeveloped and evil souls. ” – Mrs. Piper & the Society for Psychical Research by Michael Sage
  3. Was it possible that he was simply undeveloped that he had delayed, somewhat longer than is usual, the laborious process of growing up? ” – The Early Short Fiction of Edith Wharton, Part 2 (of 10) by Edith Wharton
  4. They could not often send them to the States, neither of course could they accumulate them on board their ships, nor yet store them, so to speak, in France and Spain; for undeveloped as were the rules of neutrality they at least forbade the use of neutral prisons for the keeping of English prisoners of war in time of peace. ” – Benjamin Franklin by John Torrey Morse, Jr.
  5. England has always very great difficulty in filling the ranks even with undeveloped youths. ” – Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War by G. F. R. Henderson
  6. “ Clusters large, cylindrical, often heavily single- shouldered, loose, frequently with many undeveloped berries; pedicel long and slender with small, inconspicuous warts; brush short, pale green. ” – Manual of American Grape-Growing by U. P. Hedrick
  7. The subordinate place of the sciences in this scheme of education is said to hinder progress in the sciences later in life, to leave the powers of observation undeveloped until too late, and to distract the mind of the student too much from the practical side of life. ” – Makers of Modern Medicine by James J. Walsh
  8. She will emerge from the conflict like a giant awakened and with the first realisation of her enormous undeveloped resources. ” – The War After the War by Isaac Frederick Marcosson
  9. The leaf tissue in these light- colored areas is thin and undeveloped and often breaks away leaving angular holes in the leaves. ” – The Pecan and its Culture by H. Harold Hume
  10. But perhaps Clover in a measure was right in her conviction that Clarence was still too young and undeveloped to have things go very deep with him. ” – Clover by Susan Coolidge
  11. It is usually undeveloped and much smaller than the kidney. ” – Practical Angora Goat Raising by C. P. Bailey
  12. The whole race, in the major's opinion, was morally undeveloped and only held within bounds by the restraining influence of the white people. ” – The Marrow of Tradition by Charles W. Chesnutt
  13. But if the independent existence of a common standard of reference is necessary for our self- recognition simply as inhabitants of the world we live in, then a fortiori a common standard of reference is necessary for our recognition of the unique place we hold in the Creative Order, which is that of introducing the Personal Factor without which the possibilities contained in the great Cosmic Laws would remain undeveloped and the Self- contemplation of Spirit could never reach those infinite unfoldments of which it is logically capable. ” – The Creative Process in the Individual by Thomas Troward
  14. Former periods of the world's history, when that blinding self- consciousness which is the bane of ours was yet undeveloped must, I thought, have been far more favourable to its occurrence. ” – Wilfrid Cumbermede by George MacDonald
  15. Where there is some demand for surplus capital- that is in " undeveloped countries." ” – The American Empire by Scott Nearing
  16. However true it may be, that life itself, by means of daily exigencies, will shape the Will into habits, will develop to some extent the intelligence, and that the forces of nature will fashion the body into maturity; we apply the term Education only to the voluntary training of one human being who is undeveloped by another who is developed, and it is in this sense alone that the process can concern us. ” – The Education of American Girls by Anna Callender Brackett
  17. It has often been questioned whether Chile, with a population of less than four millions and a fertile territory largely undeveloped did wisely to encourage this industrial movement. ” – South America and the War by F. A. Kirkpatrick
  18. It is, moreover, greatly improved even by a few months' training, and there is an immense difference between the undeveloped feeble, half- starved recruit from the slums and the robust, broad- shouldered veteran when he leaves the army. ” – The Task of Social Hygiene by Havelock Ellis
  19. If the child's purpose, however, is to learn piano- playing it would not be wise to let him begin on an organ, because this would leave the essential element- the art of touch- entirely undeveloped – Piano Playing With Piano Questions Answered by Josef Hofmann