Examples from the Web for unpolluted
I linked my arm with that of the stranger, and together we passed out of the shop into the unpolluted light of day.
He emphasised the fact that his life had been unpolluted and his morals irreproachable.A Book of Remarkable Criminals|H. B. Irving
But I strive too--you can bear me witness that I do--that it shall be, while I sit upon it, an honored, unpolluted seat.Zenobia|William Ware
Towards the evening of this day, we were able to go out of the building, and breathe the unpolluted air for a few minutes.The New Book Of Martyrs|Georges Duhamel
Marching in the wake of an army of about 50,000 men, however, one would scarcely expect water to remain unstirred or unpolluted.A Yeoman's Letters|P. T. Ross
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Word Origin and History for unpolluted
c.1400, "rendered impure or unclean," past participle adjective from pollute (v.). Meaning "drunk" is from 1912, American English slang; ecological sense is from 1888.