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- adj. Undamaged, not marred
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not marred or injured.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. free from physical or moral spots or stains
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My steps crunch over the hard-packed snow that covers the drive, unmarred by a single footstep.
I looked at her narrow wrists: blue-veined, delicate, and unmarred.
Re-seat the bullet until you just reach unmarred soot.
Uruz is the primal nature unmarred by domestication or socialization.
We ate at the Castle Dining Room, an aristocratic experience unmarred by irony.
On the adjacent track, my train, the Kilimanjaro Express (which, curiously, goes nowhere near Mount Kilimanjaro), looked natty by comparison, its dark-olive paint unmarred.
The gray surface was hard like stone, but smooth and unmarred by cracks or fissures.
But unlike those weeks after our match call, the months we spent as “foster parents” were full of unprecedented and unmarred joyfulness and excitement.
Castle has the life all writers want -- tons of money, fame, speed dial to VIPs 'cell phones, invites to the cool parties, hawt dates, no writer's block, and tight buns unmarred by writer's s-p-r-e-a-d.
May Beau recuperate fully and come out of this unmarred.