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He maintained that no attainment can be made, and no virtue can remain untainted, without learning.
It will not be supposed that the church escaped untainted, amidst all these causes of corruption.
And the virtue of healing by laying on of hands existed in particular noble families of untainted blood.
According to all accounts it is a good lake for fish, and its shores are untainted by the habitations of man.
THREE IN NORWAYJAMES ARTHUR LEES
Your moral character is untainted: the very nature of your sufferings, as you will observe, demonstrates that.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 6 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
It went straight to her lonely heart, because she knew it was genuine friendship untainted by mercenary motives.
JOLLY SALLY PENDLETONLAURA JEAN LIBBEY
In his veins there stirred that good blood that had never known fear or dishonour, untainted still through nigh a thousand years.
GREIFENSTEINF. MARION CRAWFORD
Perhaps there is not a tribunal in this country whose reputation is really more untainted than that of a court-martial.
Miasma has polluted the atmosphere so long that people do not know the feeling of untainted air.
A NEW ATMOSPHEREGAIL HAMILTON
Mr Mort, an enterprising citizen of Sydney, introduced Nicolle's freezing process for preserving fresh meat in an untainted state.

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