Trackless Track"less, a. Having no track; marked by no footsteps; untrodden; as, a trackless desert. [1913 Webster]

To climb the trackless mountain all unseen. --Byron. [1913 Webster] -- {Track"less*ly}, adv.-{Track"less*ness}, n. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.


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  • trackless — [traklis] adj. 1. a) without a track, trail, or path [a trackless wilderness] b) leaving no track, or trail 2. not running on tracks [a trackless trolley]: cf. TROLLEY BUS …   English World dictionary

  • trackless — tracklessly, adv. tracklessness, n. /trak lis/, adj. 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. [1650 60; TRACK + LESS] * * * …   Universalium

  • trackless — adj. Trackless is used with these nouns: ↑wilderness …   Collocations dictionary

  • trackless — track ► NOUN 1) a rough path or minor road. 2) a prepared course or circuit for racing. 3) a mark or line of marks left by a person, animal, or vehicle in passing. 4) a continuous line of rails on a railway. 5) a section of a record, compact disc …   English terms dictionary

  • trackless — adj. 1 without a track or tracks; untrodden. 2 leaving no track or trace. 3 not running on a track. Phrases and idioms: trackless trolley US a trolleybus …   Useful english dictionary

  • trackless — adjective see track I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • trackless — adjective a) not running on tracks b) not having tracks or paths; untrodden …   Wiktionary

  • trackless — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. wild, untrodden, uninhabited; see pathless …   English dictionary for students

  • trackless — track·less || træklɪs adj. not leaving behind tracks, not leaving marks; untrodden, not yet walked upon …   English contemporary dictionary

  • trackless — a. Untrodden, pathless …   New dictionary of synonyms

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