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unfrequented

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunfrequentedun‧fre‧quent‧ed /ˌʌnfrɪˈkwentɪd◂ $ ʌnˈfriːkwəntəd, ˌʌnfrɪˈkwen-/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 VISITnot often visited by many people 🔊 an unfrequented spot
Examples from the Corpus
unfrequentedYet many of these crags can remain unfrequented even on the busiest weekend.The true heart of Morar is in its unfrequented interior where tourists never go and only the brave venture.If this was not granted, the cargoes were landed elsewhere on unfrequented parts of the low and accessible coast.
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