tillable

[til-uh-buhl]
adjective
able to be tilled; arable.

Origin:
1565–75; till2 + -able

nontillable, adjective
untillable, adjective
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till2 (tɪl)
 
vb
1.  to cultivate and work (land) for the raising of crops
2.  another word for plough
 
[Old English tilian to try, obtain; related to Old Frisian tilia to obtain, Old Saxon tilōn to obtain, Old High German zilōn to hasten towards]
 
'tillable2
 
adj
 
'tiller2
 
n

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Example sentences
My land contains more than one irregular-shaped field area of tillable land
  that is surrounded by non-tillable land.
In addition to the wooded area, the parcel had a tillable area that was leased
  out to an area farmer.
Farmland includes grazing or pasture land, whether tillable or not and whether
  wooded or not.
Eventually, the land became dry and tillable and was converted to farmland.
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