unbloodied

unbloodied

or

unblooded

adj
not bloodied; free from bloodstains
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Looks like I'll be going commando for the foreseeable future; it's easier on my wounds, and the thieves drove off with all my unbloodied underwear.
Paul Getty Museum state, "Our unbloodied fighter stares into the unknown, his expression suggesting he has just become aware of the myth of the immortality of youth." This ambivalent message is reinforced by his attire.
"Here." June finds an unbloodied part of the washcloth and presses it into the empty socket.
However, they have overcome the heartache and stand second top unbowed and unbloodied.
There are no outward signs of impact or injury: fur ruffled but unbloodied, claws all accounted for.
Unbloodied, but bowed, he made his way cautiously back ashore.
"Too trashy even for you?" He laughed, and Yusuf watched the morning sun bounce off Joel sa'ab's teeth, all white and even and unbloodied.
How much luck--or perhaps, misfortune on the part of the one-legged hen mallard that would be the first to grace the pouch of my unbloodied game bag--was involved in the meeting of duck and an erratically thrown charge of 1 1/8 ounces of hand-rolled No.
Three company commanders in the same unbloodied battalion, each
The largely unbloodied division would play a critical role in the fighting ahead.
A stage has been provided for the horse to bow unbloodied before thousands - perhaps tens of thousands - of irregular racegoers.
ALL three main party leaders emerged unbloodied from the first-ever live TV election debate in UK politics.