unblotted

unblotted

(ʌnˈblɒtɪd)
adj
1. free from discredit; without a blemish or stain
2. (Art Terms) not blotted or dried (as with blotting paper or other absorbent material)
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AN Orator afflicted with atrophy of the organ of common-sense rose in his place in the halls of legislation and pointed with pride to his Unblotted Escutcheon.
We no longer suffer them to appeal at the prison gates to the charity and compassion of the passersby; but we still leave unblotted the leaves of our statute book, for the reverence and admiration of succeeding ages, the just and wholesome law which declares that the sturdy felon shall be fed and clothed, and that the penniless debtor shall be left to die of starvation and nakedness.
It was a sight to behold Tim Linkinwater slowly bring out a massive ledger and day-book, and, after turning them over and over, and affectionately dusting their backs and sides, open the leaves here and there, and cast his eyes, half mournfully, half proudly, upon the fair and unblotted entries.
While we keep our heads down, our mouths closed, our public reputations unblotted, thanks to the silence we keep in the face of great public issues of the day, the pillars of society erode in front of us.
(102) The reliability of the records was paramount, such that clerks took pains to ensure they were not accused of altering them in any way: on returning the collected archive of the Commission in 1661, Edward Fust swore before the court that he had done so 'unblotted and without alteracon without adding or diminishing to or from the same'.
The Gunners were the first English top division team ever to boast an unblotted copybook over 38 matches and just the second overall - the first being Preston North End in 1889, during a 22-game league campaign.
The problem is if you spare players from inept team performances - you'd never be able to play anyone FG Curbishley is the only choice in my opinion, completely unblotted CV.