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[uhn-trakt] /ʌnˈtrækt/
that is not or cannot be tracked or traced:
untracked marauders of the jungle.
Informal. achieving a superior level of performance after a slow start:
The team suddenly got untracked and began to score.
Origin of untracked
1595-1605; (def 1) un-1 + track + -ed2; (def 2) un-2 + track + -ed2 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • There are acres of untracked powder for dare devils and beautifully groomed runs for the less adventurous.
  • Under a pale blue morning sky, a string of horses heads across an untracked meadow dusted with snow.
  • So much time was lost in his case and the course of his disease went untracked and unchecked.
  • Deep-powder skiing has a way of getting under your skin and driving you farther and farther afield in search of untracked slopes.
  • While it can certainly take a few runs in the untracked, this is a high-speed expert's platform oriented toward carving.
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  • Laminated pit zips beneath the sleeves give you extra breathing potential for any sunny hikes up to untracked bowls.
  • The ski tips are specifically curved upward for improved maneuverability in broken and untracked snow.
  • The ski tips are moderately raised for improved control in broken and untracked terrain.
  • To escape the crowds and find remote, untracked terrain, intermediate and above skiers should consider a backcountry tour.

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