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undefiled

(ˌʌndɪˈfaɪld)
adj
1. not damaged or sullied
2. not made morally impure
3. not polluted or made dirty
4. not desecrated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.undefiled - free from stain or blemishundefiled - free from stain or blemish    
pure - (used of persons or behaviors) having no faults; sinless; "I felt pure and sweet as a new baby"- Sylvia Plath; "pure as the driven snow"
2.undefiled - (of language) not having its purity or excellence debasedundefiled - (of language) not having its purity or excellence debased; "uncorrupted English"; "learn to speak pure English undefiled"- Van Wyck Brooks
language, linguistic communication - a systematic means of communicating by the use of sounds or conventional symbols; "he taught foreign languages"; "the language introduced is standard throughout the text"; "the speed with which a program can be executed depends on the language in which it is written"
perfect - being complete of its kind and without defect or blemish; "a perfect circle"; "a perfect reproduction"; "perfect happiness"; "perfect manners"; "a perfect specimen"; "a perfect day"

undefiled

undefiled

adjective
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undefiled

[ˈʌndɪˈfaɪld] ADJpuro, inmaculado
undefiled by any contact withno corrompido por contacto alguno con ...

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References in classic literature ?
He answered no, not yet; and added that he was fearful Christianity, or rather Christians, had unfitted him for ascending the pure and undefiled throne of thirty pagan Kings before him.
But if some intelligent and accomplished friend points out to him, that the difficulties by which he is startled are more in appearance than reality, if, by reading aloud to him, or by reducing the ordinary words to the modern orthography, he satisfies his proselyte that only about one-tenth part of the words employed are in fact obsolete, the novice may be easily persuaded to approach the ``well of English undefiled,'' with the certainty that a slender degree of patience will enable him to enjoy both the humour and the pathos with which old Geoffrey delighted the age of Cressy and of Poictiers.
At last I fell into a deep sleep, a long unconscious holiday of the soul, undefiled by any dream.
But when one day a member of the tribe discovered the blacks in great numbers on the banks of a little stream that had been their watering place for generations, and in the act of clearing a space in the jungle and erecting many huts, the apes would remain no longer; and so Tarzan led them inland for many marches to a spot as yet undefiled by the foot of a human being.
Could it be that there were other things more desirable than cold logic and undefiled brain power?
He called him "The Well of English undefiled,"* and after many hundred years we still feel the truth of the description.
So should they learn to speak English undefiled from their earliest utterance.
Nevertheless in defiance of the poet's wrathful concern for undefiled refinement there were some quiet, melancholy strolls to and fro in the great avenue of chestnuts leading to the park-gate, during which Mrs.
Gold and silver we will tell them that they have from God; the diviner metal is within them, and they have therefore no need of the dross which is current among men, and ought not to pollute the divine by any such earthly admixture; for that commoner metal has been the source of many unholy deeds, but their own is undefiled.
In such a context, its defeat might have provided, as did King's defeat, inspiration for future struggles around an undefiled vision.
The second cause articulated in the rite is as "a remedy against sin, and to avoid fornication; that such persons as have not the gift of constancy might marry, and keep themselves undefiled members of Christ's body.
Brave Woman, Yet In Years A Child, Dark Death Closed Here Thy Heavenwood Flight God Grant, Thee Pure And Undefiled, To Reach At Last The Light Of Light.