verb (used with object), gla·ci·at·ed, gla·ci·at·ing.
verb (used without object), gla·ci·at·ed, gla·ci·at·ing.
Origin of glaciate
Examples from the Web for unglaciated
The part of the country that has been plowed over by these glaciers is called the glaciated area and the rest the unglaciated.Nature's Miracles, Volume 1|Elisha Gray
The curve of snow motion of 195 is applied to an unglaciated mountain valley.The Andes of Southern Peru|Isaiah Bowman
The glaciated and unglaciated areas differ notably in topography, drainage, and mantle rock.The Geography of the Region about Devils Lake and the Dalles of the Wisconsin|Rollin D. Salisbury
Part of the valley is a mere cleft cut in the rock and is unglaciated.Drainage Modifications and Glaciation in the Danbury Region Connecticut|Ruth Sawyer-Harvey
Indeed, the northern margin of the continent was apparently relatively little glaciated and much of Alaska unglaciated.Climatic Changes|Ellsworth Huntington
British Dictionary definitions for unglaciated
Word Origin and History for unglaciated
1620s, "to freeze;" 1865 in reference to glaciers, from Latin glaciatus, past participle of glaciare "to turn to ice," from glacies (see glacial).