ungarbled

ungarbled

(ʌnˈɡɑːbəld)
adj
(of speech, etc) not garbled; clear
References in classic literature ?
Would that he could have reprinted it as originally composed, and ungarbled by Gifford, the editor!
We miss the charm of a human voice ungarbled by patchy cell coverage or ambient traffic noise.
The question and answer section of Sign magazine reveals exceptional interest in the pope and his authority, a subject which the editor, Aloysius McDonagh, C.P., considered quite plain "in any ungarbled version of the Scriptures." Responding to the question whether it was possible "for a malevolent Pope or Council to deliberately falsify in proclaiming a doctrine as of faith or morals, or by a pseudo canonization," he replied, "They who are endowed with infallibility are so graced as to share a divine prerogative.
[x.sub.t] can be viewed as an ungarbled portion of earnings that affects prices, and [[Epsilon].sub.t] represents the portion of earnings with no price implication.
Ohlson (1989) argues that the BLM model is limited because of the absence of a useful distinction between ungarbled earnings ([x.sub.t])and dividends ([d.sub.t]).
Incorporating BLM specifications, Ohlson relates the expected ungarbled earnings to expected dividends through a constant, [Lambda], which represents the payout coefficient associated with expected ungarbled earnings.