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unsullied

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunsulliedun‧sul‧lied /ʌnˈsʌlid/ adjective literary  SPOIL#not spoiled by anything
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unsulliedHe was a prophet without honour and yet he had kept the purity of his belief unsullied.Purism was to be unsullied by ornament, fantasy or individuality and was to be inspired by the machine.It results from a process of logical, deductive reasoning, unsullied by personal feelings or practicalities.To all outward appearance, he looked benign enough, with a mild, unsullied face, the perfect choirboy.An unsullied safety record swelled pride in Concorde's technical achievement as the years passed.
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