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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuntouchedun‧touched /ˌʌnˈtʌtʃt◂/ ●○○ adjective  1 not changed, damaged, or affected in any wayuntouched by an island that has been untouched by time2 not touched, moved, or eaten Several papers lay untouched on the desk.
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untouchedThe guests has disappeared and the food was untouched.And this great country, which nurtured all of us, has not been left untouched.Most valuables were left untouched, but file cabinets had been emptied and searched.The fish, virtually untouched by humans in 50 years, lined up to bite our hooks when we went fishing.Others plan to leave the Southwest for northern states untouched by the drought that has left Arizona a tinderbox.The mean wastage rate therefore is 37.5 %, which gives us a figure for last year of 375m untouched desserts.Otherwise the body was untouched, the journalist said.Apart from this, Prague was relatively untouched, visually, by the war.We managed to leave our savings untouched when we bought the new car.untouched byMost residents found their homes untouched by floods.
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