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The stoic software even managed to determine the ages of nearly 20,000 of those pockmarks, which are an unblemished record of billions of years of history of this corner of the solar system.

From keeping fruits or veggies cold and pest-free for the journey to making sure they arrive unblemished to using chemicals to keep them fresher for longer, this system puts a lot of strain on both the environment and on the foods themselves.

NPR Illinois investigated how the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign had helped several professors retain seemingly unblemished records even though they were found to have violated its sexual misconduct policy.

“I hardly have any clients who are as completely unblemished as Daniel Neyoy,” she said last week over the phone.

Now he was stained with a question about his own to-date unblemished personal conduct.

He smiles frequently and with joyful sincerity, and his raven-colored skin is unblemished and taut.

She had always been so vain, so obsessed with her unblemished beauty.

We should find white ones, round, unblemished, and the same size.

It was printed by Frbels at Rudolstadt in 1818; and is unblemished by a single erratum, so far as I have been able to detect one.

Jaffery Chayne, in his own line, is a distinguished man—and a man of unblemished honour.

Generally, gallantry and unblemished reputation were the conditions of social rank among the knights themselves.

Though I am now stained by malevolence and suffer by prejudice, I hope to rise fair and unblemished.

Throughout all these years, Mr. Baumeister has borne an unblemished reputation for honesty, kindness and genuine goodness.


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On this page you'll find 81 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unblemished, such as: flawless, intact, spotless, undamaged, unsullied, and unmarred.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.