Need another word that means the same as “undiscovered”? Find 6 synonyms and 30 related words for “undiscovered” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Undiscovered” are: unexplored, dormant, quiescent, inactive, untapped, unused
Undiscovered as an Adjective
Definitions of "Undiscovered" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “undiscovered” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Not discovered.
- Not yet discovered.
Synonyms of "Undiscovered" as an adjective (6 Words)
|dormant||(of a volcano) temporarily inactive.|
The successful consortium included a dormant company.
|inactive||Not participating in a chemical reaction; chemically inert.|
An inactive Russian spy.
|quiescent||(pathology) causing no symptoms.|
The quiescent melancholy of the town.
|unexplored||Not yet discovered.|
The research focuses on an unexplored theme in European history.
|untapped||(of a resource) not yet exploited or used.|
The vast untapped potential of individual women and men.
|unused||Not yet used or soiled.|
Unused to spicy food she took a long mouthful of water.
Usage Examples of "Undiscovered" as an adjective
- Undiscovered islands.
- The novel had lain undiscovered for years among his papers.
- With earth-based telescopes many stars remain undiscovered.
Associations of "Undiscovered" (30 Words)
|anonymous||(of a person) not identified by name; of unknown name.|
An anonymous gift.
|esoteric||Intended for or likely to be understood by only a small number of people with a specialized knowledge or interest.|
A compilation of esoteric philosophical theories.
|inglorious||Deserving or bringing disgrace or shame- Rachel Carson.|
Inglorious though the peasants may have been this is not synonymous with mute.
|invisible||Invisible exports and imports.|
This invisible gas is present to some extent in every home.
|leftover||Not used up.|
|lifeboat||A small boat kept on a ship for use in emergency, typically one of a number on deck or suspended from davits.|
|nameless||Too horrific to be described.|
His grandfather had been a nameless parentless child.
|obscure||Make obscure or unclear.|
The stars are obscured by the clouds.
|occult||Cause an eclipse of (a celestial body) by intervention.|
Occult blood in the stool.
|offstage||A stage area out of sight of the audience.|
Offstage political meetings.
|recondite||Difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge.|
Some recondite problem in historiography.
|remaining||Still existing, present, or in use; surviving.|
Lilly was my last remaining close relative.
|shameful||Worthy of or causing shame or disgrace.|
A shameful display of cowardice.
|sight||Take aim by looking through the sights of a gun.|
Out of sight of land.
|soundproof||Preventing, or constructed of material that prevents, the passage of sound.|
A sheet of soundproof glass.
|survivor||A person who copes well with difficulties in their life.|
The survivors of the fire were taken to a hospital.
|unappreciated||Not likely to be rewarded.|
She had been brought up in a family where she felt unappreciated and undervalued.
Unaware of the danger they were in.
|undetected||Not detected or discovered.|
The thieves escaped undetected.
|unfamiliar||Not known or well known.|
A name unfamiliar to most.
|unidentified||Not yet identified.|
An unidentified species.
|unintentionally||Without intention; in an unintentional manner.|
Unintentionally rude song lyrics.
|unknown||An unknown and unexplored region.|
They came like angels out the unknown.
|unnamed||Being or having an unknown or unnamed source.|
An unnamed donor.
A deliberate kick that went unnoticed by the referee.
|unobserved||Not seen or observed.|
Managed to slip away unobserved.
|unseen||An unseen passage for translation.|
Unseen forces at work.
|unsung||Having value that is not acknowledged.|
Harvey is one of the unsung heroes of the industrial revolution.
|whereabouts||The place where someone or something is.|
Whereabouts do you come from.