unvisited

adjective
un·​vis·​it·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈvi-zə-təd , -ˈviz-təd\

Definition of unvisited

: not visited a remote, unvisited location … that things are not so ill with you and me as they might have been, is half owing to the number who lived faithfully a hidden life, and rest in unvisited tombs.— George Eliot … felt the utter impossibility, from her knowledge of his mind, that he could be unvisited by remembrance …— Jane Austen

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In this end game of our long exploration of our planet, the remaining unvisited destinations required the invention of new modes of transport. Andrew Liptak, The Verge, "Read an excerpt from Kim Stanley Robinson’s next book," 18 Oct. 2018 While talk of demolishing parts of the hub to make way for a brand new one came about in 2003, the plans never came to fruition, and the iconic structure has gone virtually unvisited and unchanged since closing its doors. Lindsey Desimone, ELLE Decor, "Eero Saarinen's Iconic TWA Terminal Is Getting A New Lease On Life," 18 Sep. 2015 The tour will make stops in unvisited cities including Las Vegas, Seattle, Sacramento and Tampa. Suzette Fernandez, Billboard, "Romeo Santos Announces 'Golden Tour' New Dates: Exclusive," 8 June 2018

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1548, in the meaning defined above

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