unviolated

unviolated

(ʌnˈvaɪəˌleɪtɪd)
adj
not violated or desecrated
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Its sacredness should remain unviolated. Thus, consumerism should be highly discouraged in the field of medicine.
Food is sacred and it must also be pure, clean, and unviolated. It crosses the limit of the mouth, it can feed or contaminate the individual that consumes it; anything that is presented to us as edible, but which we perceive to be impure in any sense immediately disgusts us (26).
Still, they can take some credit for the spectacle of Trump marauding through the US Constitution, leaving no protocol unviolated.
For all that Desdemona is married, Kahn argues, she is presented in Shakespeare's play as somehow still pure and "unviolated" (she cites Othello's comparisons, in act 5, scene 2, of her skin to "snow" and "alabaster"), and Othello kills her to prevent her from destroying that idealized image, with Cassio or some other man (140).
Othering cushions middle-class people leaving their values unviolated and protected from any potentially impinging cultural relativism ...' (p.698)
(7) Not only are there no individual instances of unfollowed and unbroken or unviolated rules for a first ever unplayed game to be invoked, but equally there are no acts of intention, construed as private mental events and as such incapable of being named as individuals, by which the rules for an unfollowed and unbroken or unviolated set of rules for a first ever unplayed game.
Indeed, this election will not only be crucial for the future of this disputed territory but also the fate of hitherto unviolated superstructure of the Indian Republic.
In this particular clinical case, the pathological tissue was not only completely external to the unviolated dural sac, but also outside the nerve root which was carefully preserved.
According to Sophia, indeed, her husband never fully disclosed himself to anyone--not even to her: "Such an unviolated sanctuary as was his nature, I his inmost wife never conceived nor knew," she wrote to Annie Fields just after her husband's death (qtd.
He was a fanatical campaigner against the railways being brought into his beloved Lake District and was instrumental in stopping the line being continued from Windermere through to Keswick He argued that extending the railway into the Lake District would bring so many people that they would destroy the beauty they had come to see: "Let then the beauty be undisfigured and the retirement unviolated," he wrote.
The perpetrators, in their attempt to rationalize the unprecedented scope of the destructiveness, brutally imposed upon their victims a delusional ideology whose grandiose coercive pressure totally excluded and eliminated the possibility of an unviolated, unencumbered, and thus sane, point of reference in the witness.
What might most surprise fans of the jazzy Young is the steady, unviolated tone of sobriety in "Colophon," the passionate yet elegiac sound, the romantic sensuality of the language.