unfrequented


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un·fre·quent·ed

 (ŭn-frē′kwən-tĭd, ŭn′frē-kwĕn′tĭd)
adj.
Receiving few or no travelers or visitors: unfrequented inns.
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unfrequented

(ˌʌnfrɪˈkwɛntɪd)
adj
seldom visited
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unfrequented - devoid of creatures; "a lonely crossroads"; "a solitary retreat"; "a trail leading to an unfrequented lake"
uninhabited - not having inhabitants; not lived in; "an uninhabited island"; "gaping doors of uninhabited houses"
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unfrequented

adjective isolated, deserted, lonely, remote, solitary, uninhabited, sequestered, off the beaten track, godforsaken, unvisited The reference library is quite unfrequented as a rule.
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unfrequented

adjective
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Translations

unfrequented

[ˈʌnfrɪˈkwentɪd] ADJpoco frecuentado
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unfrequented

adjeinsam; the place is unfrequented except for …außer … kommt niemand dahin
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unfrequented

[ʌnfrɪˈkwɛntɪd] adjpoco frequentato/a
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References in classic literature ?
The Agent was silent and thoughtful for a moment; then he drew the other apart into an unfrequented place and whispered in his ear:
At length, by unfrequented roads, short cuts, and secret paths, Roque, Don Quixote, and Sancho, together with six squires, set out for Barcelona.
Then the Butcher contrived an ingenious plan For making a separate sally; And fixed on a spot unfrequented by man, A dismal and desolate valley.
And let the stream of my love sweep into unfrequented channels!
Making so long a passage through such unfrequented waters, descrying no ships, and ere long, sideways impelled by unvarying trade winds, over waves monotonously mild; all these seemed the strange calm things preluding some riotous and desperate scene.
He flew along unfrequented alleys, and shortly found himself at his aunt's back fence.
As the incubator had been placed far north of their own territory in a supposedly uninhabited and unfrequented area, we had before us a tremendous journey, concerning which I, of course, knew nothing.
They bring beaver skins, also, to the trading posts; not procured by trapping, but by a course of internal traffic with the shy and ignorant Shoshokoes and Too-el-icans, who keep in distant and unfrequented parts of the country, and will not venture near the trading houses.
I had, however, constantly wanted to turn aside into more unfrequented ways; to plunge beneath the surface and see what I should discover.
He could wander, for years if he chose, in unfrequented places, amid strange peoples, where life was led in strange ways.
Against his better judgment, Daylight gave in, and, on an unfrequented stretch of road, changed saddles and bridles.
As my walks are all by night, I am pretty secure in this wild unfrequented place from meeting any company.