from The Century Dictionary.
- Not stained; not soiled or blacked; clean: as, an unsmirched character.
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- adjective Not having been
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She always protected her modesty from hurt; and so, for reward, she carried her good name unsmirched to the end.
One of the characters is an upright citizen of "Old Virginia" and must keep his family name "unsmirched."
He has since been removed from it, and McCoy's record remains unsmirched, except for the time he stole the cadaver.
The F.F.V. was born a gentleman; his highest duty in life was to watch over that great inheritance and keep it unsmirched.
All crystal-clear, unsmirched by any smoke of industry.
She sends him, deliberately; he must break through the quintessential whiteness that surrounds her -- but he is to come back unsmirched.
Hitherto he has trusted her word that the feat can be achieved, the ray trod to its edge, yet he return unsmirched.
Of life unsmirched, once came to him in straits and travail sore,
Her abductor got no pleasure of her and Omar's honour was unsmirched -- though he never knew it, poor devil.
Gossip and rumor left no frailty undiscovered, no reputation unsmirched.