untortured

untortured

(ʌnˈtɔːtʃəd)
adj
not tortured or tormented
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When I brought my procession of human bats up into the open world and the glare of the afternoon sun -- previously blindfolding them, in charity for eyes so long untortured by light -- they were a spectacle to look at.
Stocks are up, just at present, partly because of a brisk demand created by the recent return of the Sultan's suite from the courts of Europe; partly on account of an unusual abundance of bread-stuffs, which leaves holders untortured by hunger and enables them to hold back for high prices; and partly because buyers are too weak to bear the market, while sellers are amply prepared to bull it.
He's untortured by these contradictions--indeed, he denies they are contradictions.
Stoical serenity reveals itself in the smooth surfaces, the broad untortured folds in Piero's draperies.
"Queen of Death and deadly weeping Those about to live salute thee, Youth untroubled; youth untortured; hateless war and harmless mirth And the New Lord's larger largesse Holier bread and happier circus, Since the Queen of Sevenfold Sorrow has brought joy upon the earth." Burns above the broad arena Where the whirling centuries circle, Burns the Sun-clothed on the summit, golden-sheeted, golden shod, Like a sun-burst on the mountains, Like the flames upon the forest Of the sunbeams of the sword-blades of the Gladiators of God.
But as a citizen of this country I want to be dead certain that any jackass who intends me harm is going to go completely untortured and receive a fair, speedy, and open trial.
Their nine co-plotters returned to Paskistan where they remain - untortured and unpersecuted.
That people, untortured by circumstance or fate, are also good.
Courtenay opens the window to the remarkably untortured and knowing soul of the man who brought us the legendary line: "They f*** you up, your mum and dad..."