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unseduced

[ uhn-si-doost, -dyoost ]
/ ˌʌn sɪˈdust, -ˈdyust /
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adjective

not seduced, especially by the lure of personal gain, power, fame, etc.: He remained unseduced by the graft offered him.

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Origin of unseduced

First recorded in 1555–65; un-1 + seduce + -ed2
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Example sentences from the Web for unseduced

  • A man of God should persevere in his duty at all hazards, unseduced by the flatteries, and unawed by the threats of mankind.

  • In the fulness of his success, and unseduced by all temptation, he closed that chapter of his career, and has kept it closed.

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