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trackless

[trak-lis] /ˈtræk lɪs/
adjective
1.
without a track, as a snow-covered meadow.
2.
not making or leaving a track:
The rain rendered the route trackless.
3.
not on tracks:
a trackless vehicle.
Origin
1650-1660
1650-60; track + -less
Related forms
tracklessly, adverb
tracklessness, noun
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  • Its hot, trackless south has long been bandit country.
  • After a short hop by bush plane, participants are prepped on self-supported travel in the trackless wilderness.
British Dictionary definitions for trackless

trackless

/ˈtræklɪs/
adjective
1.
having or leaving no trace or trail: a trackless jungle
2.
(of a vehicle) using or having no tracks
Derived Forms
tracklessly, adverb
tracklessness, noun
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