Fallen or unfallen, innocent or guilty, converted or unconverted, the soul must live forever.
The 'prisoner,' as you call her, is as innocent as the snow yet unfallen from heaven.
These are the unfallen spirits who reveal their native dispositions and are not ashamed.
Again the world was young and unfallen, nor had the gates of Heaven closed.
If we were unfallen angels, the rule might perhaps be a safe one.
For gasta weardas as an epithet for angels, though then unfallen, cf. line 12a, sup.
I looked up inquiringly; there was that in her eye which might be the light of an unfallen tear.
Below the unfallen creation and regenerated humanity is the unregenerated selfish man.
Deeper moss couched here; unfallen moondrops glistened; mistletoe palely sprouted from the gnarled boughs.
She had come to him with friendship because she was certain of his unfallen determination to make his new life an honest life.
c.1400, past participle adjective from fall (v.). Used figuratively for "morally ruined" by 1620s. Meaning "those who have died" attested by 1765. Fallen angel is from 1680s; fallen woman by 1820.