pathless

Part of speech: adjective

Having no path; trackless.

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Usage examples "pathless":

  1. He simply rode by her side, partly perhaps to prevent any sudden attempt at flight, and certainly to offer assistance when difficulties presented themselves on their pathless journey through the great wilderness. - "The Prairie Chief", R.M. Ballantyne.
  2. The end of all this at length was that Zelinda dwelt on that oasis, in the midst of the pathless sand- plains of the desert, surrounded by magic horrors; and also, as the Dervish knew for certain, that she had left about half an hour ago on her way thither. - "The Two Captains", Friedrich de La Motte-Fouque.
  3. Arms clashed; and sounding in the pathless woods Were heard strange voices; spirits walked the earth: And dead men's ashes muttered from the urn. - "Pharsalia; Dramatic Episodes of the Civil Wars", Lucan.