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Synonyms for unmarred

Synonyms for unmarred

free from physical or moral spots or stains

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In a statement to KUNA, General Manager of Islamic Broadcasting Union, Mohammed Salem Wald Boka, reaffirmed that all necessary measures are being taken to ensure that Islam's true image, one that is unmarred by extreme and radical elements, is presented.
Hotaling's most recent series of paintings features plein-air landscapes of the environment around his hometown, many of which are unmarred by human development--that is, they have few buildings or distinctive manmade barriers.
There can be nothing in the world more beautiful than the Yosemite, the groves of giant sequoias and redwoods, the Canyon of the Colorado, the Canyon of the Yellowstone, the Three Tetons; and our people should see to it that they are preserved for their children and their children's children forever, with their majesty all unmarred.
It is within their authority and their power to ensure that initiation rites are guided by the true goal of testing determination and developing solidarity, unmarred by brutality and sadism.
The objective, according to him, is to set up a proper relationship unmarred by any defect or misgiving, hence giving visitors the right of choice, understanding before entering any contract.
Like most of his TV peers, he's got a face almost alarmingly unmarred by harsh experience or discernible emotional depth; that smooth head of hair and those perfect choppers make him look like Pixar's design for the Talk Show Doll in Toy Story 4.
where my skin fits me still, unmarred by time--my shoulders.
Glyphosate is heavily used in urban areas to produce yards unmarred by clover, dandelions or other troublesome species, Smith said.
Aside from a few scattered incidents, however, the trip was largely unmarred, and Francis walked a fine line.
Trefon writes with refreshing directness and clarity, and his work is unmarred by the infelicities of social science jargon.
It's a solution but not ideal if you care about keeping that all-important crown at the muzzle perfectly protected and unmarred.
After witnessing magnificent growth of 876 percent in financial year 2010, the size of the money market funds again evidenced an unmarred growth of 141 percent during fiscal year 2011, with the induction of total five Money market funds in the category.
As light stretches across the cave, the camera pans on the profile of a perfect, unmarred Jesus.
Unmarred landscapes of cement structures greet visitors these days to the State which not long ago had the enviable reputation of being a land of sprawling lush green fields, swaying palm trees and golden sands.