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  • adj. Not speckled; without speckles.

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Examples

  • It was nearly impossible to get an unspeckled negative.

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  • The apple of tomorrow might not be perfect, but odds are it will be prettier, with an unspeckled, Red Delicious look and better flavor.

    An Apple A Day Keeps The Genetic Engineers Busy

  • If the goal of the next trip to the movies is to see a movie, wrapped in logic, seamlessly plotted, unspeckled by capitalism, and beyond any reproach, it would be smart to skip Eagle Eye.

    Movie Review: Eagle Eye

  • Pale, watery blue, unspeckled iris; black, motionless pupil; and at the center, a pinprick circle of amber.

    Skinned

  • She received him in a little parlour, which was precisely the parlour he had expected: a small unspeckled bower, ornamented with a desultory foliage of tissue-paper, and with clusters of glass drops, amid which — to carry out the analogy — the temperature of the leafy season was maintained by means of a cast-iron stove, emitting a dry blue flame, and smelling strongly of varnish.

    Washington Square

  • And when we could swat half a dozen rival frats over the heart by waltzing a good-looking young chap down the walk to chapel with our colors on his coat, and could watch them turning green and purple and clawing for air -- well, I guess it beat getting elected to Congress or marrying an heiress-apparent for pure, unadulterated, unspeckled joy!

    At Good Old Siwash

  • In both the ground-colour is a very delicate pale greenish blue, _occasionally_ so pale that the ground is all but white -- in one type entirely unspeckled and unspotted, in the other finely and thickly speckled everywhere, and towards the large end more or less spotted, with brownish or purplish red.

    The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1

  • It's a pleasure to see them with the original opening titles restored, the images unscratched and unspeckled, and the soundtracks cleaned up to the point where the delightful original scores by Leroy Shield and Marvin Hatley can be appreciated in all their chipper elegance.

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  • It's a pleasure to see them with the original opening titles restored, the images unscratched and unspeckled, and the soundtracks cleaned up to the point where the delightful original scores by

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  • "Of the ten nests now taken four contained speckled and six unspeckled eggs.

    The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1

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