- adj. Not tempted.
- un- + tempted (Wiktionary)
“You might have noticed that in the above characterization of myself as untempted, temptation presents itself — or rather fails to present itself --- in the form of women putting the moves on me.”
“In legislating so that securitizers "won't sell garbage to investors," Congress wisely mandates that securitizers be long in assets pooled -- assets in which transactions would otherwise leave securitizers neutral and untempted by any opportunity to short.”
“She sneers at his hospitality and says that she's untempted by the meal he prepares for her.”
“If one of the prosecutors had just sent a Democratic Congressman to jail, would you be totally untempted by the White House explanation that the real cause was, say, a reluctance to prosecute abortion-clinic protesters under RICO?”
“In 1976, unlike most who called themselves conservatives, Cheney remained untempted by Reagan and clung to Ford, his best ticket to ride.”
“Crumple sighed again — he had learned the impotency of worldly wealth, and would have been satisfied, if left untempted, to have remained happy with one and sixpence a day.”
“True, there was no overt sexual chemistry between us; in fact, we were so untempted by each other that we would share a room as chastely as siblings.”
“Kincaid plunged down the hill, untempted by the effervescent atmosphere.”
“I am myself untempted by that procedure, essentially for the reason given.”
“Quite the little Lord Apollo, thought Sulla, unmoved and untempted.”
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