Roadless
Roadless Road"less, a. Destitute of roads. [1913 Webster]

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  • roadless — road·less (rōdʹlĭs) adj. 1. Not containing or crossed by any roads: roadless wilderness. 2. Forbidden by law to contain or be crossed by any roads or to be entered by any vehicles: tracts of land designated by the government as roadless areas. *… …   Universalium

  • roadless — adjective Lacking roads. The badlands are a roadless waste where few humans ever venture …   Wiktionary

  • roadless — road ► NOUN 1) a wide way between places, especially one surfaced for use by vehicles. 2) a way to achieving a particular outcome. 3) a partly sheltered stretch of water near the shore in which ships can ride at anchor. ● down the road Cf. ↑down… …   English terms dictionary

  • roadless — adjective lacking pathways trackless wilderness roadless areas • Syn: ↑pathless, ↑trackless, ↑untracked, ↑untrod, ↑untrodden • Similar to: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • roadless — adjective see road …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • roadless — road·less …   English syllables

  • Roadless area conservation — is a conservation policy limiting road construction and the resulting environmental impact on designated areas of public land. In the United States, roadless area conservation has centered on U.S. Forest Service areas known as inventoried… …   Wikipedia

  • Inventoried roadless area — Inventoried Roadless Areas are a group of United States Forest Service lands that have been identified by government reviews as lands without existing roads that could be suitable for roadless area conservation as wilderness or other non standard …   Wikipedia

  • Dardanelles and Freel Roadless Areas — IUCN Category VI (Managed Resource Protected Area) Near Showers Lake in the Dardanelles Roadless Area …   Wikipedia

  • road — roadless, adj. roadlessness, n. /rohd/, n. 1. a long, narrow stretch with a smoothed or paved surface, made for traveling by motor vehicle, carriage, etc., between two or more points; street or highway. 2. a way or course: the road to peace. 3. a …   Universalium

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