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[uhn-trakt] /ʌnˈtrækt/
that is not or cannot be tracked or traced:
untracked marauders of the jungle.
Informal. achieving a superior level of performance after a slow start:
The team suddenly got untracked and began to score.
Origin of untracked
1595-1605; (def 1) un-1 + track + -ed2; (def 2) un-2 + track + -ed2 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • Beyond the confines of the camp, the sand lay like untracked snow.

    The Forbidden Trail Honor Willsie
  • The railroads were pushing out into a new and untracked empire.

    The Story of the Outlaw Emerson Hough
  • He knew how eager Sandy had always been to witness strange sights and explore the untracked wilderness.

  • Afterwards, in order to reach Davos, the pass of the Scaletta rose before them—a wilderness of untracked snow-drifts.

  • The road was obliterated, and it was my duty to keep a petroleum stable-lamp swinging to illuminate the untracked wilderness.

  • When they left the trail and took to the untracked snow, speed slackened considerably.

    South from Hudson Bay E. C. [Ethel Claire] Brill
  • Ages have passed; a change has been wrought in the scene—man has subjugated "the untracked and rude."

  • The Asteroid Belt was a wilderness, untracked and unexplored, and except for an almost insignificant fraction, completely unknown.

    Gold in the Sky Alan Edward Nourse
  • The boy knew the danger of wandering in circles in the untracked waste of forest unless they kept constantly in one direction.

    The Boy Scouts' Mountain Camp

    John Henry Goldfrap
  • He promises the world a literature, an art, that shall be new because his forest is untracked and his town just built.

    The Rhythm of Life Alice Meynell

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