uncharted

[ US /ənˈtʃɑɹtɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnt‍ʃˈɑːtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of unknown regions) not yet surveyed or investigated
    uncharted seas
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How To Use uncharted In A Sentence

  • One researcher has called the neem scene an "uncharted jungle" of miscellaneous assertions, disconnected details, and limitless possibilities. 2 The Reality
  • The Oregon Trail was a computer game where you had to navigate your family across the country to settle in uncharted lands in the west.
  • Carl, a reckless billionaire adventurer, has financed an expedition by an expert spelunker and diver named Frank McGuire Richard Roxburgh, to chart the unexplored portions of Esa'ala and discover a previously uncharted route through Esa'ala and back to the ocean coast. Marshall Fine: Movie Review: Sanctum
  • Since moms and dads are usually way worried about giving firstborns the go-ahead for new experiences, you've forged a path in uncharted territory.
  • They play it with the enthusiasm of pioneers coming upon uncharted and unclaimed land.
  • All that was necessary to test that hypothesis was to get on a ship and go to one of these uncharted areas and see.
  • If I should wander into the uncharted minefield of personal opinion it is only with the benefit of hindsight.
  • One of the great hazards for early immigrants was being shipwrecked on the uncharted Australian coast, where guiding beacons were few and far between.
  • Like the asteroids, hundreds more objects were later discovered in the outer solar system, with orbits similar to that of Pluto, signaling the existence of a theretofore uncharted reservoir called the Kuiper belt.
  • She has the resources to draw us into uncharted territory. Times, Sunday Times
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