untempted, or incompetent, to create illusions, to the creation of form they devote themselves entirely.
They don't ever understand, these easy, half-alive, untempted folks!
The ultimate crown is for the overcomer, and not for the untempted one.
Even with respect to the two vices he denounced, he was an untried and untempted man.
"None are so good as the untempted," explained the Senior, who had been beautiful and was now placid and full of good works.
What its face was like she had really no idea, for in so many things she had practically been untempted.
It showed him strong and cold and untempted, preferring famine and neglect and misery to any debt or burden of a service done.
early 13c., from Old French tempter (12c.), from Latin temptare "to feel, try out, attempt to influence, test." Related: Tempted; tempting.