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undiscovered

(ˌʌndɪˈskʌvəd)
adj
not discovered or encountered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.undiscovered - not discoveredundiscovered - not discovered; "with earth-based telescopes many stars remain undiscovered"
undetected - not perceived or discerned; "they feared some undetected trace of poison"; "she looked around to be sure her faux pas was undetected"
2.undiscovered - not yet discoveredundiscovered - not yet discovered; "undiscovered islands"
unknown - not known; "an unknown amount"; "an unknown island"; "an unknown writer"; "an unknown source"

undiscovered

adjective
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undiscovered

[ˈʌndɪsˈkʌvəd] ADJ
1. (= undetected) [treasure, country] → sin descubrir, no descubierto; [planet] → no descubierto
to lie undiscoveredestar sin descubrir
to remain undiscoveredestar or permanecer sin ser descubierto
he remained undiscovered for three daysestuvo or permaneció tres días sin ser descubierto
2. (= unknown) → desconocido

undiscovered

adjunentdeckt; to lie undiscoveredunentdeckt or noch nicht entdeckt sein

undiscovered

[ˌʌndɪsˈkʌvəd] adj (area) → inesplorato/a; (work of art) → ignoto/a
References in classic literature ?
Its productions and features may be without example, as the phenomena of the heavenly bodies undoubtedly are in those undiscovered solitudes.
And, as for me, if, by any possibility, there be any as yet undiscovered prime thing in me; if I shall ever deserve any real repute in that small but high hushed world which I might not be unreasonably ambitious of; if hereafter I shall do anything that, upon the whole, a man might rather have done than to have left undone; if, at my death, my executors, or more properly my creditors, find any precious MSS.
The ironic philosopher reflects with a smile that Sir Walter Raleigh is more safely inshrined in the memory of mankind because he set his cloak for the Virgin Queen to walk on than because he carried the English name to undiscovered countries.
The one result obtained was the expression of purblind opinion by the authorities of the detective department which pointed to Isabel, or to one of the servants, as the undiscovered thief.
Unexhausted and undiscovered is still man and man's world.
After he had been gone an hour or two, he brings word that he had been among them undiscovered, that he found they were two parties, and of two several nations, who had war with one another, and had a great battle in their own country; and that both sides having had several prisoners taken in the fight, they were, by mere chance, landed all on the same island, for the devouring their prisoners and making merry; but their coming so by chance to the same place had spoiled all their mirth--that they were in a great rage at one another, and were so near that he believed they would fight again as soon as daylight began to appear; but he did not perceive that they had any notion of anybody being on the island but themselves.
I cannot explain the phenomena;I can only set down here in the words of an ordinary soldier of fortune a chronicle of the strange events that befell me during the ten years that my dead body lay undiscovered in an Arizona cave.
You are a veritable Caesar with undiscovered worlds before you.
United by a spiritual bond, undiscovered and unsuspected by us in the flesh, did we two, who had met as strangers on the fatal bridge, know each other again in the trance?
Perceiving the bird was flown, at least despairing to find him, and rightly apprehending that the report of the firelock would alarm the whole house, our heroe now blew out his candle, and gently stole back again to his chamber, and to his bed; whither he would not have been able to have gotten undiscovered, had any other person been on the same staircase, save only one gentleman who was confined to his bed by the gout; for before he could reach the door to his chamber, the hall where the centinel had been posted was half full of people, some in their shirts, and others not half drest, all very earnestly enquiring of each other what was the matter.
I wished heartily now for the Spaniard, and the savage that had gone with him, or that I had any way to have come undiscovered within shot of them, that I might have secured the three men, for I saw no firearms they had among them; but it fell out to my mind another way.
So completely engrossed were they, that the presence of this muffled eaves-dropper was unnoticed and, having executed his bravado, he retired undiscovered.