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  • adjective Not degraded

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Examples

  • It was pleasant at Paris to hear your identically unchanged and 'undegraded' voice after so many years of loss of solar energy.

    Familiar Letters of William James III

  • The 20 downloaders receive a perfect copy of the album, which gives them too an undegraded listening experience.

    Creative Control - Part 5

  • Elliot argues that even a perfectly restored environment would necessarily lack those two value-adding properties and therefore be less valuable than the originally undegraded natural environment.

    Environmental Ethics

  • I have advanced to a certain distance, as far as the true and sovereign and undegraded nature of my kind permits - now here I stand rooted.

    Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte

  • The overmastering dread, and the proud stubborn resolution it engendered in her to die undegraded, were the two distinct impressions left in her failing mind.

    Our Mutual Friend

  • He was a very perfect specimen of the GENUS HOMO, and such as never is to be seen, except in the precincts of savage life, undegraded by any scale of graduated classes, and the countless bars these present to the free enjoyment of existence.

    Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia

  • There was many a tear from royal and noble eyes -- the impulse of high emotion, not of sorrow -- or if tinged with the thoughts which always shade the name of war, yet undegraded by weakness.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 56, Number 347, September, 1844

  • At the general election in 1790, he was returned for Wycombe, and shared in parliament the successive defeats of his party; until, in 1793, he was called to a nobler field, in which, unembarrassed by party, and undegraded by Whiggism, his talents took their natural direction in the cause of his country.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 55, No. 342, April, 1844

  • From these and their degraded slaves and a later intermixture of the blood of the anthropoids sprung the gnarled men of Opar; but by some queer freak of fate, aided by natural selection, the old Atlantean strain had remained pure and undegraded in the females descended from a single princess of the royal house of Atlantis who had been in Opar at the time of the great catastrophe.

    Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar

  • From these and their degraded slaves and a later intermixture of the blood of the anthropoids sprung the gnarled men of Opar; but by some queer freak of fate, aided by natural selection, the old Atlantean strain had remained pure and undegraded in the females descended from a single princess of the royal house of Atlantis who had been in Opar at the time of the great catastrophe.

    Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar

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