unmapped

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

  • In so doing, they believe they will make many new discoveries, such as the identification on the 180-acre site of previously unmapped mass graves, including those of bitter enemies from the Macdonald and Campbell clans.
  • There's also a playfulness that takes it out of the city into more unmapped terrain.
  • Afghan members of AQT may be familiar with the countless unmapped paths that enabled the anti-Soviet guerrillas to elude their enemies.
  • Team member Jean Godin sets out to chart a route back to France via the largely unmapped Amazon.
  • Miles of unmapped terrain, miles of emotional paradise.
  • Although these two genes are good candidates for the Y gene, other unmapped alleles or linked regulatory elements may also be Y.
  • World, her first full-length book of poetry since 1990's Leap Year Day (a new and selected), shows the writer in full command of her powers, lighting out for unmapped and radiant territory.
  • Andrews operated in a crease period, after the European colonialists had cracked open unmapped areas but before the adoption of Western ways allowed the locals to exploit their own territory.
  • And from them I learned that if in a month nothing had changed, the mayor would be chased down the river and into the unmapped country beyond.
  • Even the genome of our alleged closest evolutionary relative, the chimpanzee, is largely unmapped.
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