Definition of unvisited in English:

unvisited

Line breaks: un|visit¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈvɪzɪtɪd
 
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adjective

(Of a place) having had no people visit it: Antarctica remained unvisited until the late 18th century
More example sentences
  • He, trained as a carpenter, was commissioned by the local agricultural cooperative and was charged with helping to keep economic activity alive in this largely unvisited region of the country.
  • It wants to take world-class racing to previously unvisited territories - and the cars used in the competition will all be equal.
  • He narrates the action in hindsight, gazing out over that freezing white mass, a continent unvisited by humans until the 20th century.

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