unmutilated


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unmutilated

(ʌnˈmjuːtɪˌleɪtɪd)
adj
without significant damage, dismemberment, or expurgation
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unmutilated - free from physical or moral spots or stainsunmutilated - free from physical or moral spots or stains; "an unblemished record"; "an unblemished complexion"
undamaged - not harmed or spoiled; sound
perfect - being complete of its kind and without defect or blemish; "a perfect circle"; "a perfect reproduction"; "perfect happiness"; "perfect manners"; "a perfect specimen"; "a perfect day"
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Some unmutilated girls and their families are stigmatised.
Julie Stone Peters has observed a growing sense of the authority of the text as a place where the author's intentions are 'unmutilated' by the stage in the seventeenth century.
Sustainable critique admits of no counter-claim that can become its own basis for positive moral authority: there are to be no 'free-floating intellectuals', nor promises of an authentic, unmutilated, or immediate reality that will somehow disclose itself when the veil of 'social illusion' has been 'punctured' by critique (Mannheim 1936; Lukacs 1971, pp.
AaWhat did necessarily constitute such grounds was if a woman was unmutilated yet would face genital mutilation upon return to her home country.
Smith translates it at de An II 4, 415a27 in Barnes (1984) as 'mutilated' or more accurately, he translates [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] as 'unmutilated'.
As Hite describes it, '[t]he Fat Lady, as Joan conceives her, is the embodiment- literally--of the female potential for excess, of the threat that unmutilated, unchecked femininity will overflow boundaries, obliterating distinctions and violating proprieties' (1992: 139).
With a territory unmutilated, our Constitution uncorrupted, a united people crowned with added glory the immortal truths of the Declaration of Independence of a race.