- not soiled, untarnished: an unsullied public persona.
- virginal; pure: He wears a purity ring signifying that he will remain unsullied until marriage.
Origin of unsullied
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Examples from the Web for unsullied
Unsullied, The: A group of slave soldiers who are ruthlessly trained in Astapor and their sense of free will removed entirely.‘Game of Thrones’ Season 3 for Dummies
March 27, 2013
House Republicans sometimes appear to prefer the idea of unsullied martyrdom to bargained, compromised success.Embracing 'Braveheart,' GOP Pols Seem Infatuated With Martyrdom
December 21, 2011
So the boy and girl grew up as unsullied as Hindus ever are.Things as They Are
Yet these books left him as unsullied as water leaves a duck's back.In a Little Town
She was once unsullied, and I was proud of her: that she is not so now, is your fault.
Generous, unsullied, proudly ignorant, she desired to remain so.Athalie
Robert W. Chambers
Then the fair, fresh face of nature was unsullied by the hand of man.
- (of a reputation, etc) not stained or tarnished
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Word Origin and History for unsullied
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