unseduced

unseduced

(ˌʌnsɪˈdjuːst)
adj
not seduced
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resisting, unseduced, wouldn't give it and he couldn't
In conjunction with his mentor Karl Pribram, he remained unseduced by facile analogies between digital and neural circuitry and asked much more profound questions.
Magellan] and the heroes of former times, undeterred by difficulties and unseduced by pleasure, shall persist through every obstacle ..., and ...
To live unseduced by media sirens or the longing for celebrity or fatuous simulacra of love or the urge for simple obliteration is the aim Wallace sets for the reader; it is the aim he set for himself as a recovering addict and mental patient and as a writer serious as he had never been before.
Milton presents Abdiel as consciously choosing God over Satan and thus piety over personal glory: "Unshaken, unseduced, unterrified/ His loyalty he kept, his love, his zeal" (V.
Apparently unseduced by video's air kiss of documentary fidelity and real-time immediacy, the special issue made a compelling case for advanced film in an art-world context.
She remains remarkably unseduced by the glowing reviews she has been receiving (enthusiastic sentiments from Salman Rushdie, with whom she recently completed a New York book tour, adorn the cover of White Teeth).
That is, in More's evaluation, the Utopians remain healthily commonsensical and unseduced by oversubtle distinctions and vast abstractions.