Receiving few or no travelers or visitors: unfrequented inns. (adjective)
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Use "unfrequented" in a sentence
"But it means simply that here in South Tyrol, within seventy-two hours of London, there may be found a large number of yet "untrodden peaks", and a network of valleys so literally "unfrequented" that we journeyed sometimes for days together without meeting a single traveller either in the inns or on the roads, and encountered only three parties of English during the whole time between entering the country on the Conegliano side and leaving it at Botzen."
"Jem had been on an errand for his master, instead of returning to his dinner; and in passing along a lane, a road (called, in compliment to the intentions of some future builder, a street), he encountered Harry Carson, the only person, as far as he saw, beside himself, treading the unfrequented path."
"There are vast stretches of uninhabited or unfrequented beaches lounging serenely beside a roiling sea that stretches westward seemingly into infinity."