- 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
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Examples from the Web for untracked
Beyond the confines of the camp, the sand lay like untracked snow.The Forbidden Trail
The railroads were pushing out into a new and untracked empire.The Story of the Outlaw
He knew how eager Sandy had always been to witness strange sights and explore the untracked wilderness.The Pioneer Boys on the Great Lakes
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.