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Let a few, sufficiently enlightened and disinterested, take up their abode in some unvisited region.

Memoirs of Carwin the BiloquistCharles Brockden Brown

It casts a halo of romance about them, that they should thus be at home in lands that may perhaps remain ever unvisited by us.

In the OpenStanton Davis Kirkham

"It were a pity to leave it unvisited," said the Father—and as he said the word, there came a kind of stirring from within.

Paul the Minstrel and Other StoriesArthur Christopher Benson

Ten missionary districts are unvisited, though each contains upwards of two thousand precious souls.

The Man with the BookJohn Matthias Weylland

An untrodden city, an unvisited people, a welcome to the mysterious bosom of Armenian hospitality!

But I have lived on in solitude and wretchedness, unvisited even by the imaginations which once made life glorious.

"I am certain of that," assented Gilbert, readily, unvisited by the slightest inkling of his father's state of mind.

An unvisited church will sooner or later become an unhealthy church.

George Muller of BristolArthur T. Pierson

If these miserable fishers were a fair sample of the natives, we could understand why the land was unvisited of navigators.

For he knew that he lay in the remote obscurity of a sad and savage wood, unvisited by justice, trade, or benefit of clergy.

Cripps, the CarrierR. D. (Richard Doddridge) Blackmore

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.