Not traveled on: untraveled back roads. (adjective)
Not having traveled.(adjective)
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Use "untraveled" in a sentence
"AA: First things first, I have to give you not one, but two huge congrats on your recent successes -- not only is Son of the Sunshine getting released in the US in an On Demand format on Feb 10, you also just nabbed a Genie nomination Canadian Academy Awards for all you untraveled heathens for Best Original Screenplay."
"Associated Press The Knicks have left no road untraveled in their decades-long quest to unfurl an NBA Championship banner at Madison Square Garden for the first time since 1973."
"Precise and measured description is now an untraveled path in contemporary political discourse -- one of which we should avail ourselves."