untraversed


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untraversed

(ˌʌntrəˈvɜːst)
adj
not traversed; that has not been traversed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.untraversed - not traveled over or throughuntraversed - not traveled over or through; "untraveled roads"; "an untraversed region"
untraveled, untravelled - not traveled over or through; "untraveled roads"
References in classic literature ?
They were in the heart of an unknown wilderness, untraversed as yet by a white man.
The country lying to the southwest of the mountains, and ranging down to California, was as yet almost unknown; being out of the buffalo range, it was untraversed by the trapper, who preferred those parts of the wilderness where the roaming herds of that species of animal gave him comparatively an abundant and luxurious life.
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.
I believe, if some of you were thrown into Nebuchadnezzar's hottest furnace you would issue forth untraversed by the smell of fire" (Villette, 274).