uncontaminated

[ verb kuhn-tam-uh-neyt; noun, adjective kuhn-tam-uh-nit, -neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF uncontaminated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNCONTAMINATED

In contact with germless air the uncontaminated must never ferments.

"I'm glad to meet one uncontaminated American citizen in this city," he said.

For his dreams had been of an Arabian Houri, uncontaminated by the west.

How I love them for the clean, uncontaminated body with which they blessed my spirit.

The love of sex for sex would have been uncontaminated and pure.

Yet, as to superstitions, the first uncontaminated Achaean poets must have been the purest of all.

Can he now raise her to the rank of a pure and uncontaminated matron?

This shows that, whatever his career may have been, his heart is uncontaminated.

I would as soon speak of the uncontaminated spirituality of a rabbit.

The soul when uncontaminated informs the whole outward body.

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