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unexplored

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunexploredun‧ex‧plored /ˌʌnɪkˈsplɔːd◂ $ -ˈsplɔːrd◂/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 an unexplored place has not been examined or put on a map 🔊 unexplored planets2 an unexplored idea has not been thought about or discussed 🔊 The study looks at a relatively unexplored area of human relationships.
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unexploredIn the continuous process thus engendered one sees how true theory stimulates ideas about what may be, in realms as yet unexplored.The subject of alternative medical care for older people has been entirely unexplored.As well as illuminating a relatively unexplored area, the research should be useful to educationalists and others working with Hindu children.Hair sprouted in damp, unexplored crevices.Such relationships are a mysterious and unexplored domain.I had been on the borders of a virtually unexplored land inhabited by dangerous, untouched tribes.Maybe you should go down into the unexplored part.Periods of punctuated equilibrium offer many new, as yet unexplored territories.
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