Mr. Oldfield, cited by Mr. Tylor for Australia, I have never quoted: his account cannot be uncontaminated.
Yet, as to superstitions, the first uncontaminated Achaean poets must have been the purest of all.
Fortunately, at eighteen one's heart is uncontaminated with such an alloy of vanity.
Can he now raise her to the rank of a pure and uncontaminated matron?
Because her love sprang from a simple, earnest, and uncontaminated life.
I would as soon speak of the uncontaminated spirituality of a rabbit.
The love of sex for sex would have been uncontaminated and pure.
The soul when uncontaminated informs the whole outward body.
The uncontaminated looked puzzled, and might have spoken but for a violent interruption.
He'd get his science pure, uncontaminated by disturbing questions of fact.
contaminate con·tam·i·nate (kən-tām'ə-nāt')
v. con·tam·i·nated, con·tam·i·nat·ing, con·tam·i·nates
To make impure or unclean by contact or mixture.
To expose to or permeate with radioactivity.