Thesaurus / unalloyed
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The godmother's greatest gift, I should say, though the fable lays little stress on it, was a capacity for unalloyed delight.
THE REAL ADVENTUREHENRY KITCHELL WEBSTER
This last visit of the poet to his city of dream and vision seemed to Mrs. Bronson one of unalloyed pleasure.
THE BROWNINGSLILIAN WHITING
“Quite so,” sighed the lady, though the sigh was scarcely one of unalloyed relief.
CARMEN ARIZACHARLES FRANCIS STOCKING
In this poem each stanza, we may say each line, is unalloyed gold.
Rachel listened to it all with the greatest content, and most unalloyed happiness.
RACHEL RAYANTHONY TROLLOPE
She looked up at him with an expression of unalloyed pleasure. '
The two first days of Ruth's visit were unalloyed enjoyment.
In it I found sympathy in public, counsel in private business; in it too a means of spending my leisure with unalloyed delight.
Now, fable to the contrary notwithstanding, shopping is not an unalloyed joy—always fatiguing—often a positive penance.
A PASTEBOARD CROWNCLARA MORRIS
Good though they are, I do not believe they are good enough for unalloyed bliss or union with the Godhead.
PSYCHICAL MISCELLANEAJ. ARTHUR HILL

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