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1. Not traveled on: untraveled back roads.
a. Not having traveled.
b. Provincial; narrow-minded.


(ʌnˈtræv əld)

1. not having traveled, esp. to distant places.
2. not traveled through or over; not frequented by travelers.
Also, esp. Brit.,un•trav′elled.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.untraveled - not traveled over or throughuntraveled - not traveled over or through; "untraveled roads"
traveled - traveled over or through; sometimes used as a combining term
References in classic literature ?
It was as wide and straight as a city street, yet it seemed untraveled.
How softly the turf had carpeted the untraveled avenue -- he could no longer feel the roadway beneath his feet!
We went straight to the lake, as it was called at Bly, and I daresay rightly called, though I reflect that it may in fact have been a sheet of water less remarkable than it appeared to my untraveled eyes.
It is the story of a man who sets forth upon a very ordinary journey and who makes as great a tale of it as he had been upon a voyage of discovery in some untraveled land.
We wish to excite the envy of our untraveled friends with our strange foreign fashions which we can't shake off.
This set the stage for what would later be known as the Age of Discovery, when the fearless sailed beyond the world as they knew it--not in spite of the unknown but because of it--in search of the unchartered and untraveled.
This rough, untraveled area is home to herds of deer and elk, mountain lions, wolves, and black bears.
Those new and supplemental charts enabled seafarers and commercial shippers to familiarize themselves with previously untraveled routes as well as altered conditions on existing channels.
Ling-nam or interior views of southern China, including explorations in the hitherto untraveled island of Hainan.
We're going to take some untraveled roads together looking for it," he said.
Come kindly to me, author of my song, whether Cynthus holds you, or Hyla, more pleasing than Delos, or whether Dodona is more powerful, and may the sisters hasten with you from the Pierian spring to favor this new offering: on untraveled ways, it's safer going with Phoebus as guide.
i shall attempt to build an understanding of "Lipton's Journal" as a special narco-rhetoric, one untraversed by even the mighty and prolific Jack Kerouac and one that in contrast was linguistically and personally much more certain, and peculiar in its untraveled idealism.