unnavigated

unnavigated

(ʌnˈnævɪˌɡeɪtɪd)
adj
not navigated, not travelled over or through by boat, airplane, etc
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The ships were packed with enough food for three years and Sir John's orders were to criss-cross the last unnavigated section.
Much like the previously unnavigated challenge of contacting a retailer, new interactive experiences via videophone often proved varied and complex.
The Euxine was hardly unnavigable or unnavigated, as the network of commercial and cultural relations (already noted) demonstrates.
Whole tributaries in the river of my life have gone unnavigated simply because they might engender this sound of my father enraged (296).
Increasingly retailers are also testing the largely unnavigated waters of E-commerce.
1723, 1747-51 (1988) (describing IBM-Fujitsu arbitration, in which unnavigated legal terrain in copyright law was avoided in favor of arbitral compromise).