verb (used with object), un·trod, un·trod·den or un·trod, un·tread·ing.
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Through forests and by untrodden paths, in storm and snow, Oluf and Agda came to Vadstene.Pictures of Sweden|Hans Christian Andersen
Instead of footway and street crossing there are broad walks, untrodden stretches of smooth grass.Hyacinth|George A. Birmingham
To the north, where our goal lay, our way was untrodden, unknown.My Attainment of the Pole|Frederick A. Cook
It was dead toil in the soft snow, and it was slow; for Macartney or no Macartney, there was no making time in the untrodden bush.The La Chance Mine Mystery|Susan Carleton Jones
He drew her attention to the iron gate that guarded their sanctuary, and the untrodden grass behind it.The Creators|May Sinclair