Definition of unlighted in English:

unlighted

Line breaks: un|light¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈlʌɪtɪd
 
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adjective

Unlit: a maze of unlighted passages
More example sentences
  • Where we stayed there are no buses, no taxis, no trains, and the nearest pub is five miles away along unlighted, pitch-black roads.
  • Unfortunately, too many pilots have experienced serious accidents when they were misled by their senses and flew into the black of what they believe to be sky, only to find out that it was actually the black of an unlighted hillside.
  • They turned to the right, to the right again, walked a long way down a dark, unlighted hallway like a tunnel, and turned to the left through an open doorway.

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