untraveled

adjective
un·​trav·​eled | \ ˌən-ˈtra-vəld How to pronounce untraveled (audio) \

Definition of untraveled

1 : not having traveled … an untraveled native of the wilds of Illinois …— Mark Twain
2 : not passed over or through by travelers : untraversed an untraveled desert

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Synonyms & Antonyms for untraveled

Synonyms

pathless, trackless, untraversed, untrodden (also untrod)

Antonyms

traveled (or travelled), trod (or trodden)

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Our efforts in treading untraveled paths have been filled with wonder and have been deeply enriching. Bitasta Das, Quartz India, "How I engage students of India’s premier science school in folk arts," 27 June 2019

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First Known Use of untraveled

1585, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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