unmodified[ mod-uh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF unmodified
Antonyms for unmodified
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNMODIFIED
Unless—Did anybody ever believe any one thing in its unmodified entirety?
Borneo, perhaps, is the most unmodified Malay island of the Archipelago.
They have the same qualities that people have, but unmodified.
This theory, unmodified and stated broadly, is not satisfactory.
But was this power in practice exercised in so unmodified a form?
M. Angelo came to nature, nature came to Raphael—he transmitted her features like a lucid glass, unstained, unmodified.
Of pastoral folk in the unmodified form the Kirghiz of the Asiatic steppes form perhaps the best example.
The heroic penchant lay snugly latent in his heart, unchecked and unmodified.
Language and tradition alike tell us that the Kuki (and most likely the Khumia as well) are unmodified Mugs.
Its language (known to us by a vocabulary) is monosyllabic; its physical conformation, that of the unmodified Indian.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNMODIFIED
- in a state of nature