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Synonyms for unsullied

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Synonyms for unsullied

spotlessly clean and fresh

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(of reputation) free from blemishes

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In fact, it was discovered the most pure British genes - unsullied by Romans, Angles, Saxons, Vikings and Normans - can be found in Ireland.
Police Regional Office 10 leadership wants police officers that have unsullied service reputation, unblemished record, and a character beyond suspicion to perform their mandated task to get rid of illegal drugs, criminality and corruption, PSupt Gonda said.
In addition, the plan for the Unsullied to take Casterly Rock from the Lannisters proved to be less of a success than hoped, after Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and the bulk of their army sacked Highgarden instead.
The fact that the proceedings are now discontinued will not relieve the pain or remove the stain on an otherwise unsullied, indeed exceptional, career.
She also hailed Kuwait as a cultural beacon in the region, which pushes the country even harder to achieve further development and prosperity, adding that the commission firmly supports all cultural and artistic works that help portray an unsullied image of Islam.
The statement also espouses such merits as forgiveness and acceptance to showcase an unsullied image of the Arab world.
He added: "We are very particular in keeping our reputation unsullied.
Lizzie finds a place that feels unsullied by the modern world.
Done," I say, and move swiftly revolving belt unsullied by other people's shopping.
These snowdrops are the first treat of the year - pristine and unsullied.
Ople, who had served in government as senator, labor and foreign secretary with an unsullied name," he added.
When the snowdrops come through - it won't be more than two months away now - it is good to see them at their best, pure and unsullied.
Jeremy's collection of pictures, titled Unsullied and Untarnished (a phrase taken from a saying about looking after the ceremonial flag in a Common Riding) is part of the new Document Scotland exhibition The Ties That Bind, at the National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh.
Although radio stocks did not go unsullied, the losses there were minor compared to the hit absorbed on the TV side.
When the butchers were pressed to disclose whether the meat was unsullied and faultless, both the shop owners failed to give satisfactory answers.