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The journey so far offered little change, an uninterrupted richly-cultivated plain and an unfrequented road.
I found my way about Newark through unfrequented streets, and across the lots when it was practicable.
He moved to an unfrequented locality, discharged his servants, and notified his former friends that visitors were unwelcome.
He would turn down unfrequented corners and sail by unfamiliar terraces, aware of nothing but the languors of effortless motion.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 1COMPTON MACKENZIE
His house, which formerly was thronged with visitors and the better sort of citizens, was now grown solitary and unfrequented.
It is by this "unfrequented lane" that we too may pass to the Villa Palmieri, which tradition assures us is the very place.
And now he was due to spend an indefinite time in a wild and unfrequented place, with herself and her father as sole companions.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
By an unfrequented path she used to gain the window that looked into Lady Delacour's bedchamber.
The "narrow way" appears an unfrequented path, while thousands and myriads crowd the "broad road that leadeth to destruction."
Fred Bennett passed by the unfrequented spot, returning from an errand to that part of town, and he heard the last words.
THE WHITE SHIELDMYRTLE REED

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