unmutilated


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Synonyms for unmutilated

free from physical or moral spots or stains

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Why should those of us whose real loyalty is to the wonderful sight of unmutilated equine athletes competing against each other largely for their own delight have to put up with this?
That is to say, an editor of Porius would naturally decide to edit the unmutilated typescript version of the novel, but nevertheless it would be open to the editor to decide to follow the accidentals of the 1951 published version.
This suggests that, for McGann, the editor of a mutilated text such as Queen Hynde might well choose to edit the unpublished and unmutilated version and might well choose the manuscript as copy-text.
This faithful disciple entered his church, saying: "If I am to credit the surmises kindly whispered to me, that unless I forbear from praying for the King I shall never pray or preach more, I can only say, whilst no intimation could well be more distressing it admits not one moment's delay: with all due respect for my ordination oaths, I am firm in my resolution while I pray at all to conform with the unmutilated liturgy of the church, and pray for the King and all in authority under him.
The use of a code is a good idea, but it is effective only when uncrushed or unmutilated bottles are separated by hand.
The acts in which it manifests itself are reproduction and the use of food, because for any living thing that has reached its normal development and which is unmutilated, and whose mode of generation is not spontaneous, the most natural act is the production of another like itself, an animal producing an animal, a plant a plant, in order that, as far as its nature allows, it may partake in the eternal and divine.