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Onychomancy, or Onymancy, divination by means of the nails of an unpolluted boy.
WITCH, WARLOCK, AND MAGICIANWILLIAM HENRY DAVENPORT ADAMS
The water, drained from a river unpolluted by sewage, is filtered, and conveyed to the houses through iron (not lead) pipes.
Ardworth respected that young, ingenuous, unpolluted mind; he himself felt better and purer in its atmosphere.
LUCRETIA, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Such a people, I affirm yet again, are bound to keep their land clean and unpolluted.
Shallow wells within the stockade supplied water, not always unpolluted.
They had crossed him: there was not an atom of unpolluted nature left: you saw the taint in every syllable he spoke.
Hetch Hetchy water is the purest of all to be found in the Sierra, unpolluted, and forever unpollutable.
THE YOSEMITEJOHN MUIR
The writer discussed the question whether music by itself, unpolluted by words, had any "mental significance or moral power."
He breathed deep of the smell of hay and manure and cows and of unpolluted farms.
The sun reflecting upon the mud of strands and shores is unpolluted in his beam.
FAMILIAR QUOTATIONSJOHN BARTLETT

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