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[uhn-free-kwuh n-tid, -fri-kwen-] /ʌnˈfri kwən tɪd, -frɪˈkwɛn-/
not habitually visited, traveled, or occupied:
an unfrequented side street.
Origin of unfrequented
1580-90; un-1 + frequented Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Through the most unfrequented bridle-paths they crept slowly on, till first Windsor, and then Eton, was left behind.

    The White Rose of Langley Emily Sarah Holt
  • It was an unfrequented road, and no one had come over it since himself.

  • Stackridge and his party were soon pushing rapidly towards it along the dark, unfrequented road.

    Cudjo's Cave J. T. Trowbridge
  • Wild and unfrequented as this appeared, nevertheless he ventured to descend.

  • Corot took many a long walk with him over narrow, unfrequented paths.

    Stories Pictures Tell Flora L. Carpenter
  • The road was as difficult and dangerous as it was lonely and unfrequented.

    Cruel As The Grave Mrs. Emma D. E. N. Southworth
  • Even in this unfrequented place, each stone was carefully cut, and fitted with exact nicety in its place.

    The Mayor of Warwick Herbert M. Hopkins
  • It was lonely and unfrequented, and led out of the way of travelers.

    A Voice in the Wilderness Grace Livingston Hill
  • The road was no more than a country lane, unfrequented at all times, and almost sure to be deserted on Sundays.

    The Way We Live Now Anthony Trollope
  • In that unfrequented spot there was little danger of detection from the air.

    Skylark Three Edward Elmer Smith
Word Origin and History for unfrequented

1580s, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of frequent (v.).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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