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unexplored

(ˌʌnɪkˈsplɔːd)
adj
not having been explored
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Adj.1.unexplored - not yet discoveredunexplored - not yet discovered; "undiscovered islands"
unknown - not known; "an unknown amount"; "an unknown island"; "an unknown writer"; "an unknown source"
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unexplored

[ˈʌnɪksˈplɔːd] ADJinexplorado

unexplored

adj mysteryunerforscht; territory alsounerschlossen
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For three months, during which a day seemed an age, the Abraham Lincoln furrowed all the waters of the Northern Pacific, running at whales, making sharp deviations from her course, veering suddenly from one tack to another, stopping suddenly, putting on steam, and backing ever and anon at the risk of deranging her machinery, and not one point of the Japanese or American coast was left unexplored.
But soon the course of the ship opens the entrance of the Medway, with its men-of-war moored in line, and the long wooden jetty of Port Victoria, with its few low buildings like the beginning of a hasty settlement upon a wild and unexplored shore.
I am going to unexplored regions, to "the land of mist and snow," but I shall kill no albatross; therefore do not be alarmed for my safety or if I should come back to you as worn and woeful as the "Ancient Mariner.
Two unexplored channels still remained from which to choose; nor was there any means by which I could judge which was the more likely to lead me to the plotters.
All around the quarters occupied by the French were other regions still unexplored and unoccupied where, they thought, yet greater riches might be found.
For instance, I was a city boy, a city child, rather, to whom the country was an unexplored domain.
Ye venturers and adventurers, and whoever of you have embarked with cunning sails on unexplored seas
As he worked he hummed a tune, some music-hall air that had been popular in London the year before, so that one might have thought him working in the security of an English flying field surrounded by innumerable comrades rather than alone in the heart of an unexplored African wilderness.
For three days the strange company continued farther and farther into the heart of the savage country that lies on either side of the almost unexplored Ugambi.
I am going to make a new experiment--and it is going to be in an unexplored country.
New worlds of thought, feeling, and ambition, fresh, fascinating fields of unexplored knowledge seemed to be opening out before Anne's eager eyes.
So long as a single pass up or down the mountain was unexplored, there was hope: but when retreat seemed to be absolutely impracticable, the horror of their situation broke upon Elizabeth as powerfully as if she had hitherto considered the danger light.