unsurveyed

unsurveyed

(ˌʌnsɜːˈveɪd)
adj
not surveyed; that has not been surveyed or thoroughly examined; not having been subjected to a survey
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At the same time that we are earnest to explore and learn all things, we require that all things be mysterious and unexplorable, that land and sea be infinitely wild, unsurveyed and unfathomed by us because unfathomable.
Finds include a Bronze Age village, lost World War One firing ranges of the Monmouthshire regiment, and the unsurveyed Red Ash mine from the early 1900s.
The allotment letter said that unsurveyed agricultural plot B within Mavoko municipality had been allocated to them.
At the beginning of September 1884, the urge to run along "unsurveyed and unexplored" shores took hold of Captain Patrick Hodnett.
The multibeam data exposed previously unsurveyed reef systems and an intricate pattern of changing sediments that warrant further investigation, but at this stage appear linked to outputs from the inshore estuaries.
In late April, the remaining 59ers decided to settle on unsurveyed land in the Susitna Valley, located 90 miles north of Anchorage.
The problem, he said, also contributed to the allocation of unsurveyed fields.
New lands are being thrown open by the government right along, as fast as surveys can be made, but the surveyors cannot keep pace with the incoming settlers and there seems every reason to believe that there will be thousand of settlers who will go into the unsurveyed country this summer and take up the favored locations under squatters rights.
It was just a white spot that said "unsurveyed." So if you were flying along there in bad weather at 14,000 feet, you would run into a 20,000-foot mountain!
Remand prisoners facing trial for bailable offences Wednesday said they cannot raise baildespite owning huge tracts of unsurveyed land, which could secure their release on bond.
the Rapids locale remained unsurveyed and ungranted, but survey crews,