unsoiled


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unsoiled

(ʌnˈsɔɪld)
adj
1. free from dirt; not soiled
2. obsolete unexplained
3. (Agriculture) obsolete free from manure
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unsoiled - without soil or spot or stainunsoiled - without soil or spot or stain  
clean - free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"

unsoiled

adjective
Free from dirt, stain, or impurities:
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To Dorothea, still in that time of youth when the eyes with their long full lashes look out after their rain of tears unsoiled and unwearied as a freshly opened passion-flower, that morning's parting with Will Ladislaw seemed to be the close of their personal relations.
I am sure I knew nothing about him, except that he had originally been alone in the business, and now lived by himself in a house near Montagu Square, which was fearfully in want of painting; that he came very late of a day, and went away very early; that he never appeared to be consulted about anything; and that he had a dingy little black-hole of his own upstairs, where no business was ever done, and where there was a yellow old cartridge-paper pad upon his desk, unsoiled by ink, and reported to be twenty years of age.
The fourth prize was two talents of gold, and the fifth a two-handled urn as yet unsoiled by smoke.
/ My unsoiled name, th' austereness of my life, / My vouch against you, and my place i' th' state / Will so your accusation overweigh / That you shall stifle in your own report, / And smell of calumny.
Edo has very strong traditional institutions that are yet unsoiled by the pollution of modernity and which can stop the people from queuing behind greedy godfathers.
The key is to select freshly laid, unsoiled eggs to retain the "bloom." This protective film coats the shell and keeps bacteria out of the delicate egg while slowing moisture loss to keep the egg fresh longer; if you wash a soiled egg, you'll remove the bloom in the process.
And then wash unsoiled laundry, too, like sheets and linens.
All of us in community optometry share the aspiration to be commercially successful, and the independent sector is not uniquely virtuous or unsoiled by filthy lucre.
European ideas of African similitude included Victorian notions of a continent of childishly simple and primitive people, unsoiled by and needing protection from the complexities of modernity and living in harmony with nature on an Edenic paradise, a bygone society of wizened sagely old men sitting under trees spewing maxims surrounded by overly sexualised women.
The washed paints were dried for 24 h and the Y reflectance of the soiled and unsoiled areas was measured to calculate [DELTA]Y reflectance.
Keeping his crate unsoiled is more rewarding to most dogs than relieving even a moderately full bowel or bladder.
Virginia and Yovanna repeatedly stress that celebrities who to this day uphold unsoiled reputations became wealthy in exchange for sexual services with Escobar and Varela.