unfrequented

[ uhn-free-kwuh n-tid, -fri-kwen- ]SEE DEFINITION OF unfrequented
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Her instinct was to have him to herself, to be with him alone in unfrequented places.

To avoid them she turned up an unfrequented angle of the road.

They soothed her and led her homewards by unfrequented byways.

This fatal region was only a desert, unfrequented even by animals.

It is an ancient thoroughfare of ours, a rambling and unfrequented by-way.

It was an unfrequented road, and no one had come over it since himself.

Wild and unfrequented as this appeared, nevertheless he ventured to descend.

The road was as difficult and dangerous as it was lonely and unfrequented.

It was lonely and unfrequented, and led out of the way of travelers.

In that unfrequented spot there was little danger of detection from the air.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of frequent (v.).

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