from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not mutilated; not deprived of a member or part; entire.

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  • adjective Not mutilated.

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  • adjective free from physical or moral spots or stains


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un- +‎ mutilated


  • Shave from me with sharp razors my lips, my nose, my ears -- ay, and tear out the eyes of me by the roots; and there, mewed in that featureless skull that is attached to a hacked and mangled torso, there in that cell of the chemic flesh, will still be I, unmutilated, undiminished.

    Chapter 12

  • When the plastic coat comes off six weeks after the injection, the fleece falls off in a single, unmutilated sheet.

    Sit Still, Lambie, This Won't Hurt

  • The reason proved to be that the scrotum of the unmutilated boy could be used as a kind of bridle for directing the movements of the animal.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • All animals, if operated on when they are young, become bigger and better looking than their unmutilated fellows; if they be mutilated when full-grown, they do not take on any increase of size.

    The History of Animals

  • As a general rule, mutilated animals grow to a greater length than the unmutilated.

    The History of Animals

  • Left: Kevin's green mullet, Right: An unmutilated Kevin.

    Number Eight (BURP)

  • Editions that the broadside has not -- and never did have -- a colophon listing the printer's name and address, as the law required, for the sheet is intact, totally unmutilated.

    Printing and Attempts to Circulate "The Devil's Walk"

  • He desired to obtain the prize unmutilated -- in all its fair proportions.

    Can You Forgive Her?

  • The arch has suffered the most decay of the two: or rather, it most exhibits the effects of violence; for the unmutilated parts are as sharp and bold as if fresh from the hand of the sculptor.

    Itinerary of Provence and the Rhone Made During the Year 1819

  • The parliament ordered it to be sold, and broken to pieces; but John River, the brazier who purchased it, having more taste than his employers, seeing, with the prophetic eye of good sense, that the powers which were would not remain rulers very long, dug a hole in his garden in Holborn, and buried it unmutilated.

    The Works of William Hogarth: In a Series of Engravings With Descriptions, and a Comment on Their Moral Tendency


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