unsurfaced

unsurfaced

(ʌnˈsɜːfɪst)
adj
1. (Building) not surfaced; not having a (specific or special kind of) surface; not having a finished or proper surface
2. (Psychology) (of thoughts, feelings, etc) not brought to the surface; deeply hidden
3. (Nautical Terms) (of something underwater) not brought to the surface; deeply submerged
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Opposite the gate into Old Biggin Farm on the left take the unsurfaced lane on the right.
The return is along a part of the unsurfaced Northampton Lane before taking a pleasant field path back to the village centre.
In a few yards, opposite the farm at the top of the hill, take the unsurfaced track on the left and follow it to a T-junction with a farm road.
At the summit next to a cluster of gates turn right along Pig Lane, an unsurfaced road.
Go on for a pleasant mile following the unsurfaced road into Elkington.
The area identified, Stocks Walk, will cover the entire section which is at present unsurfaced, including the area from Westgate past All Hallows' Church and the car park to the junction near to Almondbury Library.
The online image shows whether it's a busy road, an unsurfaced track or a quiet B road.
The full contents of the issue was unsurfaced in 1987 but Japan continuously denied all such claims for long.
The big C-17s in the fleet can bring a lot of fuel and supplies into short and unsurfaced or weakly paved runways; however, just a few landing and takeoff passes will render such airstrips unusable through rutting and gouging.
7 miles of unsurfaced roadway reconditioning, aggregate surfacing and stabilization; 21 EA of clean culvert in place; spot slope and culvert end rip-rap erosion control, culvert installation, cleaning existing culverts, guardrail installation, new signing, pavement markings, roadside delineation, construction traffic control, and seeding re-vegetation.
Pat and Patricia, together with Joan Cargill and Rosemary and the Cargill's amah, left Kuching the next day, arriving at Dahan some three hours after a demanding journey by car and army lorry over badly eroded, unsurfaced roads (SG 7 November 1949).