Unpaved vs Nonpaved - What's the difference?

unpaved | nonpaved |


As adjectives the difference between unpaved and nonpaved

is that unpaved is (of a road or path) not having a hard, impervious surface; not paved while nonpaved is unpaved.

unpaved

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • (of a road or path) Not having a hard, impervious surface; not paved
  • *1856 Chambers's Papers for the People
  • *:Dr Baron Howard remarks, that in such quarters ‘whole streets are unpaved , and without drains or main-sewers; are worn into deep ruts and holes, in which water constantly stagnates; . . .
  • nonpaved

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • unpaved