Definition of uncharted
: not recorded or plotted on a map, chart, or plan an uncharted island; broadly : unknown a discussion moving into uncharted territory
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The three dissenting judges were nominated by Republicans, and said their colleagues had wandered into uncharted territory by relying on campaign statements to find an Establishment Clause violation.
Friday said that since this issue is uncharted territory, commissioners usually would advocate their position to the state.
For a guy who as a head coach has only had one starting quarterback (Phillip Walker), this is uncharted territory for me.
Her main conclusions: Some of this is uncharted territory for the city and some things the project promises — including the stadium — cannot be guaranteed, even if voters approve it.
For the FARC, these individual decisions — to stay with the familiar or go into uncharted territory — will likely determine how strong the group will be as a civilian organization and political party.
Vita was supposed to offer the grandeur of console games in a portable form factor, beginning with an exclusive Uncharted adventure.
After the bush bandits explored uncharted territory and revived a beaver-pelt trade crippled by the French and Indian Wars, they were rechristened voyageurs –
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: not recorded or located on a map, chart, or plan
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