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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A spokeswoman said major damage has already been caused to some unsurfaced routes with most of the pathways classified as bridleways for use by people on foot, horseback and bicycles only.
Cross over to a stile a little to your left and continue ahead along the unsurfaced lane to reach Cladswell Lane.
Mr Young, 32, said the unsurfaced section was annoying for cyclists like him.
The unsurfaced Salt Road is inclined to be muddy during periods of wet weather so strong footwear is advised.
Follow the beck on a track now unsurfaced. As you get higher the valley opens out and there are buildings ahead and remains of mining activity all round.
The unsurfaced lanes are used by walkers, horse riders and cyclists.
We then follow an unsurfaced road for one mile before joining the quiet road back to Upton climbing to 340 feet above sea-level to give good views over two counties.
YET another farcical issue at Springwood car park (Examiner, April 23) regarding jobs worth council employees overseeing imaginary lines in an unsurfaced car park (disregarding approach lanes).