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  • adjective Rarely visited by tourists

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Examples

  • It was charming, untouristed, and within walking distance to nearly anything that mattered to her.

    The Poet Prince

  • His name was Mark Klein, and his destination was a red brick office building in an untouristed part of the city dominated by low-rise warehouses.

    Boing Boing

  • In this brief sample of a much longer passage, the heroine rides home from San Francisco to Sacramento through untouristed California farmland and backwater Main Streets:

    The Unclosed Circle

  • I suggest, though, that if Emily was headed directly for, say, some untouristed locale on the Mexican coast, there wouldn't be as much attention paid at all.

    A Just God Would Only Steer Hurricanes to the U.S.

  • The dish is named for Norcia, a town on the other side of Spoleto that is worth visiting for the picture it gives of untouristed everyday life.

    Green-Hearted Italy

  • The Sunday trips we made up the Neckar: each morning early we would take the train and ride to where we had walked the Sunday previous; then we would tramp as far as we could, -- meaning until dark, -- have lunch at some untouristed inn along the road, or perhaps eat a picnic lunch of our own in some old castle ruin, and then ride home.

    An American Idyll The Life of Carleton H. Parker

  • The happiness, the foreign untouristed wonder of that day!

    An American Idyll The Life of Carleton H. Parker

  • The happiness, the foreign untouristed wonder of that day!

    An American Idyll

  • He was young enough, and the towns were dirty enough, —unimproved, unrestored, untouristed, —to retain the sense of reality.

    Berlin (1858–1859)

  • We stayed first outside the town of Biella, lovely untouristed city with a stellar salumeria, Mosca.

    Michael Ruhlman

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