- capable of being cultivated.
Also cul·ti·vat·a·ble [kuhl-tuh-vey-tuh-buh l] /ˈkʌl təˌveɪ tə bəl/.
Origin of cultivable
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Examples from the Web for cultivable
These, and such as these, were all the cultivated and cultivable land in Provincetown.Cape Cod
Henry D. Thoreau
This is about four thirteenths of the cultivable soil of the kingdom.Man and Nature
George P. Marsh
The soil is not cultivable excepting in some of the glens and straths.
But if so, this was only because a larger area of the cultivable ground was tilled.Patriarchal Palestine
Archibald Henry Sayce
In cultivable places houses were standing on the minimum of ground.The Foundations of Japan
J.W. Robertson Scott
- (of land) capable of being cultivated
C17: from French, from Old French cultiver to cultivate
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