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- adjective obsolete Not blemished; undefiled; pure.
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- adjective archaic
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Maude would never have suspected the Dowager of the least respect for poetry; and she was surprised to watch her sit by the open casement, dreamily looking out on the landscape, while she read to her of the "white ycrowned Queen" of the Daisy, or of the providential interpositions by which "Crist unwemmed kept Custance," or oftener yet --
The angels may love thee, my bird in bower! for thou art white and unwemmed.
"` And thus hath Christ unwemmed kept Custance '!"
From the crown of mine head to the sole of my foot, there is nothing in me beside evil; such evil as thou, unwemmed