Gimlette's phrase reminds us, as if we needed reminding, that there remain almost no undiscovered corners on the planet.
Still the greatest novel ever written; still, for me, full of undiscovered treasures after five readings.
Her boyfriend was found dead there in 2004, and her own corpse, undiscovered for days, lay there a year later.
In Unruly Places, Bonnett has launched an investigation into uncharted, underground, and undiscovered worlds.
The press, too, will find even more experts as reporters excitedly move through previously undiscovered waters.
He had a fancy that some one of her husbands might still be living and undiscovered.
She soon cut the fifty yards down to ten, and the ten to five, and still was undiscovered.
She had done it all before she had swept out the undiscovered corners.
undiscovered, that is to say, by those by whom discovery would have meant calamity.
There was a deep reverence in him for the Unseen, the undiscovered, the as yet Unrevealed.
c.1300, "divulge, reveal, disclose," from Old French descovrir "uncover, unroof, unveil, reveal, betray," from Late Latin discooperire, from Latin dis- "opposite of" (see dis-) + cooperire "to cover up" (see cover). At first with a sense of betrayal or malicious exposure (discoverer originally meant "informant"); the meaning "to obtain knowledge or sight of what was not known" is from 1550s. Related: Discovered; discovering.