Thesaurus / unmapped

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It is an inconvenient world, this distant, darkened, unmapped country of the Commuter.

The Face of the FieldsDallas Lore Sharp

Straight up the fifty-mile stream to its source, over the great backbone and into the unmapped country their course led.

It was a mountain wilderness, little known, unmapped, much as it came from the hands of the Creator.

The Land of Strong MenArthur M. Chisholm

And when the bones were picked Breed led his nondescript band on into the unmapped wilds of the British Columbia hills.

The Yellow HordeHal G. Evarts

In recess he, too, has made a forced march, passing from the ordinary So-on into the unmapped So-forth.

The survey was at once undertaken, and a suitable route was chosen through the newly acquired and unmapped territory.

The River WarWinston S. Churchill

But of them all not one had moved her pulses as this impossible youth of the unmapped desert West had done.

The HighgraderWilliam MacLeod Raine

And so again we seemed to have been deceived in this unmapped land.

The Price of the PrairieMargaret Hill McCarter

You and General Hill are far apart and the country between is rough and unmapped.

The Long RollMary Johnston

It is an ancient something, this unmapped Mackenzie into whose silence we intrude.

The New NorthAgnes Deans Cameron

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