having no spots or stains; without spots; spotless: an unspotted breed of dog; unspotted trousers.
having no moral blemish or stigma: an unspotted reputation.

Origin of unspotted

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at un-1, spotted
Related formsun·spot·ted·ness, noun
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Examples from the Web for unspotted

Historical Examples of unspotted

  • I care not for the money,—I care not for the jewels,—but an unspotted name.

    Ernest Linwood

    Caroline Lee Hentz

  • He found it exceedingly difficult to keep himself "unspotted from the world."

    Mike Marble

    Uncle Frank

  • What is it that has kept them unspotted from the world of business?

    The Critic in the Orient

    George Hamlin Fitch

  • The language of my heart—of my unspotted name—and of this true sword.

    Love and Intrigue

    Friedrich Schiller

  • Do you mean to tell me that your career as a maker of millions has been unspotted?

British Dictionary definitions for unspotted



without spots or stains
(esp of reputations) free from moral stigma or blemish
Derived Formsunspottedness, noun
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