from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Remaining in its original, pristine state, undamaged.
- adj. Not eaten.
- adj. Not influenced, affected or swayed.
- adj. Not having come in contact.
- adj. Not talked about.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not touched, in any physical sense; left intact.
- Not mentioned; not treated; not examined.
- Not affected mentally; not moved; not excited emotionally.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. emotionally unmoved
- adj. not influenced or affected
- adj. still full
- adj. not having come in contact
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Jason Scales raced in untouched from the right side to block Matt Rinehart's punt and the ball rolled out of bounds at the Kent State 1.
The Jayhawks made it 27-3 just before halftime when McAnderson took a handoff, looked as if he was going to throw back to Meier and then ran it in untouched from the 4.
Takes bad angles at times and overruns plays when shooting the in-line gaps (not adept at locating the quarterback, unless coming in untouched from the edge).
"I came in untouched from the left side and was able to hit Fiedler after he faked the handoff."
I would bet money that my shot glass would remain untouched during this interview, that is if I could bear to watch her pity party again.
(Soundbite of bunker) GARRELS: One thing that's untouched is Joseph Stalin's bunker - seven floors below ground.
Also, Kick-Ass is untouched from the Hollywood machine.
There are some who * would* be able to do this (i.e. travel there and remain untouched) – I am glad you are not one of those people.
Home Minister Chidambaram says the site will remain untouched for the next three months as directed by the court.
Three plays later, McFadden trotted in untouched from 4 yards out.