Big critic Neil Barofsky was ‘untainted by financial knowledge.’
Short on experience but untainted by Washington, this one is in touch with the people.
Unfortunately, Republicans will do their best to run candidates in swing districts who are untainted by the Bush years.
He and his band are untainted by political skullduggery and economic interest, not to mention accusations of theft.
Not all the longings of an untainted mind could make her skin less tawny.
He saw in her the same beauty of untainted innocence he had known in his youth.
His piety is as untainted as his purity; it is the maiden-service of a maiden-saint.
He is untainted by the ungenial formality of our German professors.
She had liked him for it once, for it had then suggested the joyous courage of untainted youth.
The blood that flows through my veins is noble and untainted!
1570s, "to corrupt, contaminate," also "to touch, tinge, imbue slightly" (1590s), from Middle English teynten "to convict, prove guilty" (late 14c.), partly from Old French ataint, past participle of ataindre "to touch upon, seize" (see attainder). Also from Anglo-French teinter "to color, dye" (early 15c.), from Old French teint (12c.), past participle of teindre "to dye, color," from Latin tingere (see tincture). Related: Tainted; tainting.