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  • adj. Alternative spelling of untraveled.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not traveled over or through


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  • To those untravelled there, the traveller's account must always seem unintelligible and fantastic.

    Chapter 35

  • At once, O untravelled reader, you see how lunatic and blasphemous is the realm I am trying to describe to you in the language of John Barleycorn's tribe.

    Chapter 35

  • At the best, I may only beg of the untravelled ones to strive to take on faith the narrative I shall relate.

    Chapter 35

  • Smith's photographs may resemble portraits of the world's dispossessed populations living in the shadow of invasive multinational corporatism, but Smith's subjects are outfitted in draperies and makeup that only vaguely recall the customary dress of Asian and African societies, and then only to the untravelled eye.

    G. Roger Denson: Jack Smith and the Aesthetics of Camp in an Era of Political Correctness

  • They fell repeatedly on the untravelled banks and tore their clothing to sheds in the underbrush they could not see.


  • He, alone, moved through the brooding quiet of the untravelled wastes; nor was he oppressed by the solitude.


  • Exciting the crowd would have been to untravelled humans of civilization, and exciting it was to Jerry; although to Tom Haggin and Captain Van Horn it was a mere commonplace of everyday life.


  • The justification is that he might act as a bodyguard and help ease Jacobs into the journey, but he's an untravelled character who always threatens to be a distraction.

    Andes by Michael Jacobs

  • It's when we are surrounded by unprecedented perils abroad and at home that we are choosing leaders who arethe most stupid, unqualified, unskilled, uneducated, untravelled, inexperimented, irrational, unhinged and reckless in the whole world.

    McCain VP: Sarah Palin, AK Gov. Help Build a profile on her

  • Gold-dust is dust the while it lies untravelled in the mine,

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night


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