[ uhn-free-kwuhn-tid, -fri-kwen- ]
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  1. not habitually visited, traveled, or occupied: an unfrequented side street.

Origin of unfrequented

First recorded in 1580–90; un-1 + frequent + -ed2

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How to use unfrequented in a sentence

  • The journey so far offered little change, an uninterrupted richly-cultivated plain and an unfrequented road.

  • I found my way about Newark through unfrequented streets, and across the lots when it was practicable.

  • He moved to an unfrequented locality, discharged his servants, and notified his former friends that visitors were unwelcome.

  • He would turn down unfrequented corners and sail by unfamiliar terraces, aware of nothing but the languors of effortless motion.

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  • His house, which formerly was thronged with visitors and the better sort of citizens, was now grown solitary and unfrequented.