unbitten

unbitten

(ʌnˈbɪtən)
adj
not having been bitten
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She said: "I've been involved with cars all my life and it's a bug, when you get bitten by it, it's very hard to get unbitten so even when I gave up rallying and racing full time I bought a little vintage car, I love to go to classic car events in my Hillman imp."
From HBO's popular polygamist drama Big Love to Showtimes two-season reality show Polyamory: Married & Dating, tales of copulating outside of coupledom offer a titillating yet often forbidden universe--an apple left unbitten on the tree of lust.
As I watched, the small girl rose with her tray--unopened soda, unbitten apple--and walked away with a quick, graceful lope..." (Meyer, Twilight 18-19).
Before he takes charge of the sequel to Blade Runner, the talented director dazzles with this edge-of-seat assault on unbitten nails, glimpsing America's war on drugs through the eyes of a ballsy FBI agent, who is naive about the full extent of her government's covert activities.
Before he takes charge of the sequel to Blade Runner, the talented director dazzles with this edgeof-seat assault on unbitten nails, glimpsing America's war on drugs through the eyes of a ballsy FBI agent, who is naive about the full extent of her government's covert activities.
As types and icons, these objects are entirely familiar, even if the materials and colors that represent them are not: a yellow Madonna, a blue apple (as yet unbitten), a woozily reflective Venus.
Home to four stone cottages hidden amidst Lanzarote's impressive volcanic landscape, Finca Malvasia offers a rural break unbitten by the tourist bug.
Despite that, comparing answers to non-specific questions of bitten and unbitten postal workers, general characteristics were similar.
Despite bruising shadows' assault, we red-wombed pot-stirrers, hum each unbroken stroke: lay dark flowers in broth, lay dark seeds on our tongues, unbitten, one by one by thousands.
So we hold our hands up, we have been as guilty as anyone of laughing at the Tartan Army's 'farcical football', and praise rather than pan the SPL for at least taking the season into the last 90 minutes, even if Rangers 3-0 goals in six minutes at Rugby Park did leave a few Glaswegian fingernails left unbitten.
Moreover, he does so in a rather "standard" block-paragraph unbitten by the page and therefore unlike the other blocks occupying the same two page span of text, as if by foregrounding the paper's figural status, du Bouchet need not render the paper visible in/as part of the text commenting on it.
Mice exposed to uninfected mosquitoes and injected at the feeding site with Cache Valley virus develop enhanced viremia and seroconversion compared with unbitten mice or to those co-injected with virus and mosquito saliva (20).