unadulterated

[ uhn-uh-duhl-tuh-rey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF unadulterated
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNADULTERATED

They did not need food, but they needed their own unadulterated society.

He only drank water because he was not sure that the wine was unadulterated.

You can't make me believe that you are pure, unadulterated Pennsylvania Dutch.

Hence, one will have to proceed as follows, if one wishes to prove that it is unadulterated.

He had the natural picturesqueness of the unadulterated farce.

But Mark Twain was capable of wit, pure and unadulterated, curt and concise.

For haste, for unadulterated despatch, commend me to the county burying.

In unadulterated tea it will not exceed 3% of the sample taken.

For pure, unadulterated fun I have yet to see the equal of this course.

All I can say is, that I have a vast fund of unadulterated affection for you.

WORD ORIGIN

1719, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of adulterate.

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