Definition for UN-IM-PROV'ED


  1. Not improved; not made better or wiser; not advanced in knowledge, manners or excellence. Rawle. Pope. Glanville.
  2. Not used for a valuable purpose. How many advantages unimproved have we to regret. As. Research. 1. x.
  3. Not used; not employed. Hamilton. Ramsay.
  4. Not tilled; not cultivated; as, unimproved land or soil; unimproved lots of ground. Laws of Penn. Franklin. Ramsay.
  5. Uncensured; not disapproved. [This sense, from the L. improbo, is entirely obsolete.]

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