trackless

Part of speech: adjective

Untrodden; pathless.

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Usage examples "trackless":

  1. If Lady Meadowcroft had been bored at Allahabad and Ajmere, she was immensely more bored in a rough bungalow among the trackless depths of the Himalayan valleys. - "Hilda Wade A Woman With Tenacity Of Purpose", Grant Allen.
  2. They would never stand to fight on that line with a strong force established in their rear and menacing their communications, nor would they dare to deliver a counterstroke through the trackless woods. - "Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War", G. F. R. Henderson.
  3. Out of one of the windows of my large, well- furnished room I could throw a stone into the trackless forest, where, any time I chose, I could make the most of a laborious half- hour in traveling half a mile. - "Birds in the Bush", Bradford Torrey.