chartless

[chahrt-lis]

Origin of chartless

First recorded in 1800–10; chart + -less
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Examples from the Web for chartless

Historical Examples of chartless

  • One is left compassless, rudderless, chartless on a sea of ideas.

  • And in this fashion they sat and mapped the chartless future.

  • In all the chartless future, freedom was the one thing for which she longed.

    Eden

    Edgar Saltus

  • The American desert, not much more than a chartless sea, framed and emphasized the traffic.

    The Last American Frontier

    Frederic L. (Frederic Logan) Paxson

  • How did these coasters of the wilds guide themselves over prairies that were a chartless sea and mountains that were a wilderness?


British Dictionary definitions for chartless

chartless

adjective
  1. not mapped; uncharted
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