Untravelled in a sentence

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Definition of Untravelled

  • not traveled over or through

How to use untravelled in a sentence. Untravelled pronunciation.

For the benefit of those among the untravelled English who have not yet broken a soda-water bottle against the Sphinx, or eaten sandwiches to the immortal memory of Cheops, it may be as well to explain that the Mena House Hotel is a long, rambling, roomy building, situated within five minutes' walk of the Great Pyramid, and happily possessed of a golfing-ground and a marble swimming- bath.
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She saw pictures of Sophia's career, distorted and grotesque images formed in her untravelled mind from Sophia's own rare and compressed recitals.
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Davie had the diffidence of the untravelled.
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The straight road, though much shorter, is apt to be entirely untravelled, and to break trail after a heavy snowstorm is about as hard a task as any that you can put your team up against.
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Untravelled, socially unpractised, if you will,' she said, smiling.
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We were in this place at ease and by choice, and had no evils to suffer or to fear; yet the imaginations excited by the view of an unknown and untravelled wilderness are not such as arise in the artificial solitude of parks and gardens, a flattering notion of self-sufficiency, a placid indulgence of voluntary delusions, a secure expansion of the fancy, or a cool concentration of the mental powers.
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He, alone, moved through the brooding quiet of the untravelled wastes; nor was he oppressed by the solitude.
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And yet the army that died was composed of fine, well-trained troops; while the army that lived and flourished was of a far inferior material when it came out,-raw, untravelled, and unhardened to the military life.
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I go once more abroad, and penetrate some untravelled corner of the earth?
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As for the Romanists, they too had their churches and their dioceses; but what untravelled American had then ever seen a nun?
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If we desire to have any kind of advancement, it is only possible for us, when there gleams ever before us the untravelled road, and we see at the end of it unattained brightnesses and blessings.
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To the sage the road is long that leads from grief to despair; it is a road untravelled by wisdom.
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In the midst of the profound sorrow which environed her, Mrs. Grantham alone was unappalled by her approaching end: she spoke calmly and collectedly, gently chiding some and encouraging others; giving advice, and conveying orders, as if she was merely about to undertake a short customary journey instead of that long, and untravelled one, whence there is neither communication nor return.
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The untravelled American, fresh from the "boundless prairies" and twenty-thousand-acre fields of wheat, sees nothing in it all but the close cultivation of limited land; but the tourist from the Continent perceives at once that, with most careful agriculture, there are indications of an exuberance of wealth, true comfort, and taste rarely seen in France or Germany.
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Everybody has heard of Quarantine, but in our favored country there are many untravelled persons who do not precisely know what it is, and who no doubt wonder why it should be such a bugbear to travellers in the Orient.
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We have safely passed through the untravelled heart of Asia Minor, and are now almost in sight of Europe.
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If remaining in the abode of his sire he masters all the Vedas and acquiring great knowledge attains to a position that should command respect people still condemn him as untravelled or homekeeping.
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The speech of these two Britishers gave the untravelled American a new appreciation of the beauty and significance of the English language.
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Examples of Untravelled

Example #1
That ubiquitous nuisance, the "amateur photographer," can there have his "dark room" for the development of his more or less imperfect "plates"; and there is a resident chaplain for the piously inclined.
Example #2
With a chaplain and a "dark room," what more can the aspiring soul of the modern tourist desire?
Example #3
Sophia's charm and Sophia's beauty-what profit had they been to their owner?
Example #4
She perceived fully now for the first time the greatness of that disaster.
Example #5
Few men ever left the small farming district of Turkey Ridge for a journey; but if one did so, and the trip were long, he had thereafter a bolder bearing.
Example #6
She gave a little trembling laugh which would have deceived no one but a dull old man, now smitten suddenly by sorrow.