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- adj. Not spoiled or touched; pure.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not spoiled; not corrupted; not ruined; not having lost its naturalness and simplicity: as, an unspoiled character.
- Not despoiled or plundered; not pillaged.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not left to spoil
- adj. not decayed or decomposed
Close proximity to animals, in "unspoiled" wilderness (his word), fostered in the urban-dweller a sense of connection to the land that had eluded him in previous sojourns in the countryside.
And ... luckily, I still remain unspoiled because the links were mostly just set pictures ... a load of OMG!
Your personal vision quest can take place in unspoiled wildernesses that are pictured as virtually unreachable — except, presumably, by the other people who read the same catalogue.
So as not to spoil anything for those of you who wish to remain unspoiled, I’ll leave the reveal behind the cut.
SPOILER WARNING: There’s information about who’s returning on that episode, so if you want to remain unspoiled, don’t click on it!
A naïve understanding is often most strongly exhibited by the uncultivated -- that is, the unspoiled -- public, and often is worth more than any cultivation.
This "unspoiled" area is set to be the next huge area of coastal tourist development in the near future.
Indeed, it is the balance of contradictory elements -- the awareness of barbarism's rise in Europe under Hitler and the waning primitivism of the Amazon, the romantic yearning for an "unspoiled" world painstakingly recorded by a scientific eye -- that gives the book its power.
Ditko, Sutton,, the usual gang of mavericks PAM, Boyette, Cuti, Gill, plus there's even a story with layouts by Wally Wood and finished by Sutton! i'm NOT going to give any plots away, since the stories are almost all quite exceptional, and deserved to be experienced by you - "unspoiled"!
There are ways of getting around this problem--for example, I assign a few more poems than I will actually discuss in class, precisely because I want students to approach them "unspoiled" during an exam--but it's still there, nevertheless.