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- adj. Without a path or trail.
- adj. unexplored
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having no beaten path or way; untrodden; impenetrable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no beaten way; untrodden: as, a pathless forest; a, pathless wilderness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking pathways
All Central Africa and the great Southern or Antarctic continent was described as pathless desert -- "a land uninhabitable from the heat"; and the sources of the
Though these wilds may be called pathless still there were here and there narrow trails, which the moccasined foot of the savage had trodden for centuries.
Horror born of the jungle gloom and death on the pathless sands.
Instead, realising his perilous position, Montrose persuaded some shepherds of the Macdonald clan to lead the army to safety through the pathless wastes round Ben Nevis.
You, all the while, in cities of exile, in that exile that was your detested and chosen instrument, the weapon of your craft, erected your pathless labyrinths, infinitesmal and infinite, wondrously paltry, more populous than history.
To expand on Joseph Campbell, we are reaching a "pathless path" as humanity, a process that each person should reach in his or her lifetimes.
The theory of navigation, which enabled the ships to travel unerringly their courses over the pathless ocean, was made clear to him.
The pathless path isn't a straight line; it doesn't even lead from point A to point B.
You have made the first step on the pathless path.
They can only suggest what the pathless path is about.