unmetalled

adjective un·metalled \"+\

Definition of unmetalled

chiefly British

  1. :  not provided with road metal saw an unmetalled, sandy track leading toward some beech woods — M. C. A. Henniker

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Origin and Etymology of unmetalled

1un- + metalled, past participle of metal


First Known Use: 1843


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