ADJECTIVE
  1. not having traveled much, especially to foreign lands; not having gained experience by travel
  2. not traveled over or through
    untraveled roads
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How To Use untraveled In A Sentence

  • Weep not for roads untraveled. Weep not for paths left alone 'cause beyond every bend is a long blinding end.
  • However, while the untraveled road remains shrouded in mystery in the real world, movies like The Family Man enjoy parting the fog and giving their characters a glimpse of what they have missed.
  • Untraveledroadie: You feel not the draft, the wind whipping through the cracks in my soul.
  • Monolingual, untraveled, and rather lost, Julia is taken in by Malcolm and becomes the catalyst for a not wholly unpredictable revelation.
  • untraveled roads
  • Weep not for roads untraveled. Weep not for paths left alone 'cause beyond every bend is a long blinding end.
  • Weep not for roads untraveled. Weep not for paths left alone 'cause beyond every bend is a long blinding end.
  • Weep not for roads untraveled. Weep not for paths left alone 'cause beyond every bend is a long blinding end.
  • It is the first indication of awareness that there just might be some common, if as yet untraveled, grounds to proceed along.
  • However, while the untraveled road remains shrouded in mystery in the real world, movies like The Family Man enjoy parting the fog and giving their characters a glimpse of what they have missed.
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