Reverence is being exacted by some rather from the parent towards the child as a fresh, new and unspoilt being.
He's as clever as you please, and with it all as obliging and unspoilt as possible.
Frank Wargrave was almost universally liked by both men and women, and, while unspoilt by popularity, thoroughly deserved it.
It has been so tampered with and restored that little remains that is unspoilt.
The little daughter of the house—Winifred—is the most delightful and unspoilt of children.
They are spoilt or unspoilt, but in the same proportion as the rest of their sex.
A sweet face she had, a face which glowed with health, and was unspoilt by cosmetics.
Miss Ware herself, while sensible of her riches, was unspoilt by them.
A woman with such endowments, unspoilt by education, was virgin soil that would yield whatever her husband willed.
She sat by me at dinner, but on my left, and I could only see the unspoilt half of her face.