[ UK /pˈɑːθləs/ ]
  1. lacking pathways
    roadless areas
    trackless wilderness
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How To Use pathless In A Sentence

  • Repton substituted ornamental gardens for ‘the uncleanly, pathless grass of a forest, filled with troublesome animals of every kind, and some occasionally dangerous.’
  • Her virtue is like a pathless desert.
  • I haven't taken the class, but I know it highlights a pivotal point in the Buddhist path; a revolution of sorts from aimless pathlessness to spiritual progress. Speedlinking 6/6/07
  • The first evening starts with a strenuous, pathless climb.
  • The pathless path isn't a straight line; it doesn't even lead from point A to point B. Deepak Chopra: Walking the Pathless Path: Do We Need to Travel to Have a Spiritual Journey?
  • One reader -- call him David G. -- made it through "Infinite Jest" and its 388 endnotes in five days, scribbling notes on the flyleaves as if dropping bread crumbs in a pathless forest. Levity's Rainbow
  • He was lost for days in the vast pathless desert.
  • Instead, realising his perilous position, Montrose persuaded some shepherds of the Macdonald clan to lead the army to safety through the pathless wastes round Ben Nevis. Weatherwatch: Winter snow fades in the highlands
  • None of them yield easy climbs, the approaches being rough and the summits gained over pathless terrain liberally endowed with cliffs.
  • It is not cheery, but dreary, to be left in pathlessness, blanketless, guideless, and with breadths of lake and mountain and Nature, shaggy and bearish, between man and man. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10, No. 62, December, 1862
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