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- adj. Not corrupted; pure, whole
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not corrupted, in any sense; not debased; not vitiated; not depraved; not decomposed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of language) not having its purity or excellence debased
- adj. not debased
- adj. not decayed or decomposed
Because of this nature girls want to be good, and playing with dolls helps more remain uncorrupted once the gods employ temptation.
Girl's toys (dolls) are constructive, foster a nurturing and caregiving dynamic which helps them remain uncorrupted.
He was back here now, uncorrupted, which is why many Egyptians want him to be their new leader, trying to topple the 3-decade-old government of President Hosni Mubarak.
Elizabeth Siddal Rossetti was buried with the sole manuscript of poems by her husband, Dante Gabriel Rossetti; seven years later he wanted to publish them and had her exhumed (the exhumers told him her body was "uncorrupted").
Right now I'm assigning a poem or two a week they've done the "uncorrupted" poem I described earlier, sonnets, haikus, cinquains, and acrostics.
One gains the impression, rightly or wrongly, that Dr. Rossman believes that a perfect, "uncorrupted" text of Ulysses, somehow free of critical judgements, upon which the entire body of Joycean scholars would agree, is a possibility.
Mr. McCleery fears that I believe in "a perfect, 'uncorrupted' text of Ulysses, somehow free of critical judgements."
Girl’s toys (dolls) are constructive, foster a nurturing and caregiving dynamic which helps them remain uncorrupted.
ANTARDWAND was born out of passion, with a story to tell, 'uncorrupted' by commercial consideration, with a director remaining true to his craft.
He was the furthest thing possible from George W. Bush, and he was uncorrupted by experience.