untread

[uhn-tred]
verb (used with object), untrod, untrodden or untrod, untreading.
to go back through in the same steps.

Origin:
1585–95; un-2 + tread

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untread (ʌnˈtrɛd)
 
vb , -treads, -treading, -trod, -trodden, -trod
rare (tr) to retrace (a course, path, etc)

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untrodden
c.1300, from un- (1) "not" + pp. of tread.
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He longed to stand upon the prow of some noble ship and look upon a land yet untrodden by the foot of civilization.
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