Definition of unmetalled in English:

unmetalled

Line breaks: un|met¦alled
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmɛt(ə)ld
 
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adjective

British
(Of a road) not having a hard surface of road metal: an unmetalled road
More example sentences
  • A lightly-metalled road was found south of the river at Spital Street, Dartford, interpreted as an early line for Watling Street; while north of the river, at Old Ford, London, archaeologists found a single-carriageway unmetalled road.
  • You didn't mention, Beta, that the roads are unmetalled; the electricity is unreliable and intermittent; the water still comes from a well; there are no street-lamps and the only transport we've got is oxen, goat or mule-driven.
  • The toughest part of the race was in Siberia, where the mud and unmetalled roads meant the Flyer covered just 60 miles in four days.

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