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Tuesday word: Arable

Tuesday, Jun. 22, 2021

Arable (adjective, noun)
ar·a·ble [ar-uh-buhl]


adjective
1. capable of producing crops; suitable for farming; suited to the plow and for tillage: arable land; arable soil.

noun
2. land that can be or is cultivated.

OTHER WORDS FROM ARABLE
ar·a·bil·i·ty, noun

WORDS RELATED TO ARABLE
cultivable, plowable, tillable

See synonyms for arable on Thesaurus.com

Origin: 1375–1425; < Latin arabilis, equivalent to ara ( re ) to plow + -bilis -ble; replacing late Middle English erable, equivalent to er ( en ) to plow ( Old English erian ) + -able -able

HOW TO USE ARABLE IN A SENTENCE
We wanted to look for a more sustainable way of farming with the growing city population, and less arable land.
HOW A PARKING LOT ROOF WAS TURNED INTO AN URBAN FARM IN SINGAPORE|CLARISA DIAZ|MARCH 31, 2021|QUARTZ

I wanted to find a more efficient way to use land and resources so that we could let more arable areas remain wild, or to remain lower production but allow for greater biodiversity.
NO TREES HARMED: MIT AIMS TO ONE DAY GROW YOUR KITCHEN TABLE IN A LAB|JASON DORRIER|JANUARY 24, 2021|SINGULARITY HUB

This was matched by an increasing ability to redirect water supplies and tap into aquifers, helping turn some arid regions into fertile arable land.
WHY PEOPLE STILL STARVE IN AN AGE OF ABUNDANCE|BOBBIE JOHNSON|DECEMBER 17, 2020|MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW

From there it enters arable land, gobbling roads, crops, animals, and houses.
ASIA’S BIGGEST CLIMATE MIGRATION|KONSTANTIN KAKAES|NOVEMBER 19, 2020|MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
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