Definitions

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  • adjective Without a trail.

Etymologies

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trail +‎ -less

Examples

  • Chris followed her by the sound of her progress, and by occasional glimpses where the foliage was more open, as she zigzagged down the steep and trailless descent.

    Jack London's Story - Moon Face: Planchette pg 3 of 3

  • He started running solo freightlines at sixteen, driving six horse teams twenty miles a day over nearly trailless frontier country, bringing goods to small towns.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Late in the afternoon they came out of the trailless country to the improved and maintained West Flattop Trail.

    Blood Lure

  • Wagon caravans moved on from the railroad into the interior, many going as far as fifty, sixty, a hundred miles over a trailless desert.

    Land of the Burnt Thigh

  • Two hours later with five or six miles of trailless bad lands behind him he dismounted and, climbing a rocky eminence, carefully surveyed his surroundings.

    Prairie Flowers

  • Up through the mighty forests he climbed, through the trailless deep mosses and matted vines, up to the summit of what the white men

    Legends of Vancouver

  • Up through the mighty forests he climbed, through the trailless deep mosses and matted vines, up to the summit of what the white men call Grouse Mountain.

    Legends of Vancouver

  • Then he started on downward, zig-zagging carefully this time as one should descend a trailless mountain.

    The Forbidden Trail

  • To enumerate her good points: she was an excellent weight-carrier; took good care of her pack that it never scraped nor bumped; knew all about trails, the possibilities of short cuts, the best way of easing herself downhill; kept fat and healthy in districts where grew next to no feed at all; was past-mistress in the picking of routes through a trailless country.

    The Mountains

  • Chris followed her by the sound of her progress, and by occasional glimpses where the foliage was more open, as she zigzagged down the steep and trailless descent.

    Planchette

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