unravaged

unravaged

(ʌnˈrævɪdʒd)
adj
not ravaged or despoiled
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Through all the centuries and over all those southern waters nameless men have fought in nameless places, their sole monuments a protected coast and an unravaged country-side.
foul and ravenous birds of prey [who] flutter over our heads, and souse down upon our tables, and leave nothing unrent, unrifled, unravaged, or unpolluted with the slime of their filthy offal.
The road passes through picturesque landscapes seemingly unravaged by time, from heavily forested hillsides through to cobblestoned villages dating back to medieval days.
The only unravaged features were his perfect white teeth.
Like the portrait of Dorian Gray, Mr Blair was, for a time, able to appear unravaged indeed untroubled by the life he was leading.
Post-WW II, "capitalism was fully consolidated, particularly within the United States, the most advanced capitalist economy," and for some years thereafter the only healthy major one unravaged by the war.
It was 10 or more years ago when he was still a handsome man, apparently unravaged by drink.
In short, if the foxhounds are trained to stand back once they have caught me (if they catch me) and leave me unravaged, I am pefectly happy to play the part of the fox at any of your future hunts.
At once the grateful beneficiary of information that has enabled Sophia to hear and speak without delay, yet left longing for the pure joy of new motherhood, I cannot help wishing, still, that I had had just a bit more time unravaged by the news, at least more than a meager six hours--time to sing lullabies to Sophia, without worrying about whether or not she could hear them.
In the United States, the lone power whose territory was unravaged by the war, minorities who had participated in the war to defend democracy were demanding that their democratic rights be realized.
In this way, it has escaped, unravaged by unwelcome attention from ardent, 20th century improvers, unlike so many others.