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untread

[ uhn-tred ]
/ ʌnˈtrɛd /
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verb (used with object), un·trod, un·trod·den or un·trod, un·tread·ing.

to go back through in the same steps.

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Origin of untread

First recorded in 1585–95; un-2 + tread
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British Dictionary definitions for untread

untread
/ (ʌnˈtrɛd) /

verb -treads, -treading, -trod, -trodden or -trod

(tr) rare to retrace (a course, path, etc)
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