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Correct spelling:
Rarely visited; seldom resorted to.


solitary, unfrequented, lonely.
sense, deserted, relationship, sound judgment, syllogism, inference, syllogistics, coherence, ratiocination, dialectic, course of thought, sanity, connection, philosophy, train of thought, good sense, linkage, deduction, antithesis and synthesis, thesis, desolate, godforsaken, rationale, argumentation, induction, lonesome, forlorn.
quietest, pacific, Quieter, unanxious, unexcited.
Seclusive, Screened, tucked away, blockaded, isolated, secluse.
backdoor, conspiratorial, under wraps, under ground, under cover, cloak and dagger, enigmatical, Shrouded.
solitary, unaccessible, lonely, inaccessible.
Examples of usage:
  1. Pursuing his plan of traveling by unfrequented routes, the professor had proposed to spend the night in the beautiful old place which he had formerly visited, intending to proceed the next day by rail to Carlsruhe, and thence down the Rhine. – Paul Patoff by F. Marion Crawford
  2. This door opened upon an unfrequented entrance- hall. – The Mormon Prophet by Lily Dougall
  3. Would it be likely to be quiet, unfrequented, of an evening? – In the Mayor's Parlour by J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
  4. And yet, on the other hand, why had the box been placed there with so much care, and in such a wild, unfrequented place, if it did not contain something of great value? – The Birthright by Joseph Hocking
  5. As he is about to go to supper, a letter is handed to him by his footman, to whom it has been given in the street by " an unknown man of a reasonable tall personage," who knows that he will find him at so unfrequented a residence. – The Identification of the Writer of the Anonymous Letter to Lord Monteagle in 1605 by William Parker Francis Tresham William Vavasour