Anything so cheap as untravelled France it is impossible to imagine.
I am the most ignorant and the most untravelled man among them, and the most silent.
He travelled so little that it can be said he was untravelled.
To my untravelled mind 99 everything seemed so novel, so quaint, so unexpected.
The assumed and foreign air: chills the untravelled heart as it greets them.
The assumed and foreign air chills the untravelled heart as it greets them.
As for the Romanists, they too had their churches and their dioceses; but what untravelled American had then ever seen a nun?
But their hearts, untravelled, fondly turn to the plainer Chamber in which is set the Speaker's Chair.
The path was untravelled for the winter, and was only a direction, not being cut or blazed.
The untravelled man soon finds out the difference between an English and a Continental City, and habits of the people.