from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not charted or recorded on a map or plan: uncharted waterways; the uncharted desert.
- adj. Unknown: The nation's geopolitical strategy is yet uncharted.
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- adj. not surveyed or mapped
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- adj. (of unknown regions) not yet surveyed or investigated
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Companies that service mortgages "may be in uncharted waters as they have never been challenged by the judicial system as extensively as they are now," analysts at FBR wrote.
As Molly quoted me, "We are in uncharted territory."
Mr. Silver and I apparently agree that we are in "uncharted territory" and that his first analysis deserved the extra skepticism I heaped on it.
If Proposition 19 passes, California will find itself in uncharted waters.
The global economy is in uncharted and dangerous waters and inaction from Washington is not an option.
Her big concern, she says, is the Fed is now traveling in uncharted waters and there are huge risks of serious unintended consequences that may blunt or reverse near-term gains.
I have summarized his comments, as we are living in uncharted waters economically and internationally.
Again, Josten wrote to lawmakers: "The global economy is in uncharted and dangerous waters and inaction from Washington is not an option."
We are in uncharted territory and no one really knows what is going to happend from one month to the next.
HOWEVER ... we are very lucky to have Obama, he is making the correct moves, we are in uncharted waters and politicians all the way back to the first Bush including Congress all are at fault