- not shown or located on a map; unexplored; unknown, as a place or region: the uncharted depths of space.
Origin of uncharted
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Examples from the Web for uncharted
But remember, this was uncharted territory for the FAA just as it was for Galactic.Virgin Galactic’s Flight Path to Disaster: A Clash of High Risk and Hyperbole
November 1, 2014
His new book looks at the most fascinating forgotten and uncharted spots.
In Unruly Places, Bonnett has launched an investigation into uncharted, underground, and undiscovered worlds.
“His leap towards me is as uncharted as mine to him,” he said.Speed Read: 13 Juiciest Bits From Morrissey’s ‘Autobiography’
October 17, 2013
We shouldn't be encouraging the President to wade into further "uncharted constitutional territory."Obama’s Debt Ceiling ‘Lincoln’ Option
December 3, 2012
But Mary, Eliza, and Jane never sought out the uncharted way.The Wall Between</p>
Sara Ware Bassett
The atoll is known, but uncharted, because it is far outside the routes.The Pagan Madonna
They hoped for gold and dreamed of access to uncharted lands of adventure.The Bounty of the Chesapeake</p>
The street was somewhere in that vague, uncharted, Balls Pond-Dalston region.The House of Souls
He explained that it was to help him find his way through the uncharted country.The 1926 Tatler
- (of a physical or nonphysical region or area) not yet mapped, surveyed, or investigateduncharted waters; the uncharted depths of the mind
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Word Origin and History for uncharted
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