[uhn-trod or uhn-trod-n]
- not trod; not traversed: the untrod wastes of Antarctica.
Origin of untrod
- to go back through in the same steps.
Origin of untread
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Examples from the Web for untrod
Every career was open and promised an untrod pathway and unworn laurels.Tragedy
Ashley H. Thorndike
Seventy years ago this beautiful and wealthy county of Prince Edward was one dense and untrod forest.The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 2 of 2
For those who must go, there are the Muskoka Lakes within easy reach, Georgian bay and the untrod wildernesses beyond.The Personality of American Cities
Great and fearful is our responsibility, and dangers seen and unseen are in this untrod path.Eli and Sibyl Jones
Rufus Matthew Jones
But when they were ushered into Mr. Ramsey's private office, they felt that here began their untrod way.A Dear Little Girl's Summer Holidays
Amy E. Blanchard
- (tr) rare to retrace (a course, path, etc)