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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuntaintedun‧taint‧ed /ʌnˈteɪntɪd/ adjective formal  not affected or influenced by something baduntainted by a politician untainted by corruption
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untaintedKatherine Lundy was determined that her children would grow up unaffected and untainted by the cursed country.He has a moral stature which comes from being wholly untainted by the previous regime.She was untainted by the radical politics of earlier reformers and wisely avoided the tendentious macro-economics of the Neo-Malthusians.On top of that, he enjoys an unusually untainted popularity among activists and grass-roots trade unionists.It is the untainted success of Labour at Brighton which dominates the view of the conference season.untainted byAfter 28 years in parliament, Chuan is still untainted by corruption.
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