unvitiated

unvitiated

(ʌnˈvɪʃɪˌeɪtɪd)
adj
not vitiated; unsullied; uncorrupted; pure
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He burns, too, the purest of oil, in its unmanufactured, and, therefore, unvitiated state; a fluid unknown to solar, lunar, or astral contrivances ashore.
Tashtego's long, lean, sable hair, his high cheek bones, and black rounding eyes --for an Indian, Oriental in their largeness, but Antarctic in their glittering expression --all this sufficiently proclaimed him an inheritor of the unvitiated blood of those proud warrior hunters, who, in quest of the great New England moose, had scoured, bow in hand, the aboriginal forests of the main.
Perfect love has a breath of poetry which can exalt the relations of the least-instructed human beings; and this breath of poetry had surrounded Eppie from the time when she had followed the bright gleam that beckoned her to Silas's hearth; so that it is not surprising if, in other things besides her delicate prettiness, she was not quite a common village maiden, but had a touch of refinement and fervour which came from no other teaching than that of tenderly-nurtured unvitiated feeling.
Series FPTUs induce some plenum air at all airflows and can improve ventilation by providing unvitiated air from the plenum space.
(51) Yet the goodness of change and delay for the unfallen is unvitiated. The angels dancing around Milton's throne of God do not follow straight lines, nor even trace regular circles: God delights in their
In "Tintern Abbey," more than two centuries ago, Wordsworth wrote that" the heavy and the weary weight / Of all this unintelligible world / Is lightened" when we allow ourselves to be led by our "affections"--our deepest and most unvitiated feeling--until we shed our separate selves and "become a living soul: / While with an eye made quiet by the power / Of harmony, and the deep power of joy, / We see into the life of things." For Wordsworth then, and for Gibb now, that deeper harmony (itself an insistently musical term) is most immediately accessible in and through the music of life itself, whose harmonies are all around us--and deep within us--if only we open ourselves up to performing them.
I must become 'weak' to get close to them (so they'll let me get close to them)." Throughout her journals, as she recounts her relationships with women, her readiness to construct herself in the image the other requires clashes with her despair that her own, unvitiated, unbottled self is unloveable.
I had been much confined hitherto by the pretty constant employment of writing, for I had acted as secretary to my uncle; but now that a regular clerk had arrived in one of the ships, I resolved to take an opportunity of seeing for myself some of the natives unvitiated by intercourse with savage White men, and unimproved by missionary labours.
Not to become a creature of spontaneous, unvitiated impulses--for the good reason that that wasn't in her power--but only to imagine that she was such a creature." In fact, "she did exactly what all my books told her not to do.
He burns, too, the purest of oil, in its unmanufactured, and, therefore, unvitiated state; a fluid unknown to solar, lunar, or astral contrivances ashore.
All other zones receive more outdoor air than the minimum required, so that the return air from those zones contains some unvitiated air.
if this savage chief was generous and benevolent, as he is independent and spirited; if this daughter was amiable and intelligent, as she must be simple and unvitiated! But I dare not pursue the supposition.