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- adjective Not previously
walked, not previously explored or investigated.
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- adjective lacking pathways
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So he stood waist-deep in the grass and looked regretfully across the rolling savannah and the soft-swelling foothills to the Lion's Head, a massive peak of rock that upreared into the azure from the midmost centre of Guadalcanar, a landmark used for bearings by every coasting mariner, a mountain as yet untrod by the foot of a white man.
Chapter 23 2010
Though I stay behind, my eyes can follow you from this night's landmark along the stretch, on to the city avenues, up the highways, tracing the twists of the bypaths, clambering untrod trails of wilderness and mountain, on, on, till out upon the sea.
Chosen the road well traveled by, rather than the untrod pathway.
The speaker then reveals that he especially prefers the "streets untrod by crooked thoughts," which are "vile-born" and "unkind."
Archive 2009-03-01 Rus Bowden 2009
Eager to weave freedom's quilt along a path untrod
Woman of Her Quest 2007
Adrian should fade from the earth like a flower in an untrod mountain-path, fruitless?
The Last Man 2003
Friendship, hand in hand with admiration, tenderness and respect, built a bower of delight in my heart, late rough as an untrod wild in
The Last Man 2003
In July 1969 one-quarter of the population of the world watched on live television while Neil Armstrong brought his space module Eagle down to the Sea of Tranquility, slowly climbed down a ladder and pressed his left boot into the untrod surface of the moon.
Vp Al Gore Harvard Commencement Speech ITY National Archives 1994
None of us will ever forget those grainy images of our astronauts pressing their boots down and planting an American flag on the untrod surface of the moon.
Vp Gore At White House Environmental Tech Conference ITY National Archives 1994
None dared venture far along this passage, till one, bolder than the rest, taking his courage in both hands, went gingerly down the way so long untrod by human foot.
Stories of the Border Marches Jeanie Lang