Definitions

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  • adj. Not desecrated.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ desecrated

Examples

  • But both sides want the forest to exist pristine and undesecrated by greedy behavior by anybody else.

    Eben on Software Ecology

  • The old bookshelves remained untouched; the old books, in their musty brown calf bindings, were undesecrated by profaning hands.

    Vera Nevill Or, Poor Wisdom's Chance

  • Below them the snow lay untrodden, exquisitely pure, piled here in great drifts, falling away there in wonderful curves and hollows, but always showing a surface perfect and undesecrated by any human touch.

    Greatheart

  • But this little chapel had seemed to her to be all the more sacred because it had been undesecrated and forgotten.

    The Fifth Queen Crowned

  • It was early on a beautiful summer morning, and we were again passing through a tract of undesolated, undesecrated country -- greenness, quiet, the song of birds, the scent of flowers, all about us.

    Four years under Marse Robert,

  • Go into his temple in Western China, and you will find this deity dripping with plasters, with scarcely an undesecrated space on his superficies.

    AN AUSTRALIAN IN CHINA

  • Western China, and you will find this deity dripping with plasters, with scarcely an undesecrated space on his superficies.

    An Australian in China Being the Narrative of a Quiet Journey Across China to Burma

  • Within our own memory, many such places, sanctified to barrenness by some favourite popular superstition, existed, both in Wales and Ireland, as well as in Scotland; but the high price of agricultural produce during the late war renders it doubtful if a veneration for greybearded superstition has suffered any one of them to remain undesecrated.

    Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

  • One undesecrated, unrifled headland remains above the factories, on which is a venerable but abandoned church.

    In Troubadour-Land A Ramble in Provence and Languedoc

  • Margate but the chine of a little trickling streamlet that tumbled seaward over the undesecrated sands; when a broad arm of the sea still cut off Westgate from the Reculver cliffs, and when the tide swept unopposed four times a day over the submerged sands of Minster Level.

    Science in Arcady

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