Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not corrupted, in any sense; not debased; not vitiated; not depraved; not decomposed.

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  • adjective Not corrupted; pure, whole

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective (of language) not having its purity or excellence debased
  • adjective not debased
  • adjective not decayed or decomposed

Etymologies

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un- +‎ corrupted.

Examples

  • Because of this nature girls want to be good, and playing with dolls helps more remain uncorrupted once the gods employ temptation.

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  • Girl's toys (dolls) are constructive, foster a nurturing and caregiving dynamic which helps them remain uncorrupted.

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  • Girl's toys (dolls) are constructive, foster a nurturing and caregiving dynamic which helps them remain uncorrupted.

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  • Girl's toys (dolls) are constructive, foster a nurturing and caregiving dynamic which helps them remain uncorrupted.

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  • Girl's toys (dolls) are constructive, foster a nurturing and caregiving dynamic which helps them remain uncorrupted.

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  • Girl's toys (dolls) are constructive, foster a nurturing and caregiving dynamic which helps them remain uncorrupted.

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  • 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.

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  • 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").

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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