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Synonyms for undefiled

Synonyms for undefiled

Synonyms for undefiled

free from stain or blemish


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(of language) not having its purity or excellence debased

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As the money used when praying for the dead Amangkurat II was undefiled 'reyal pure in intent', we may assume that the king's earnings from moneylending would have been structured so as to avoid Islamic law's condemnation of usury.
What's more, the 60-40-20-based gear possesses smooth and undefiled surface, indicating that the filament based on 60-40-20 blend is suitable and practical for FDM-3DP.
Wisdom enough to leech us of our ill Is daily spun; but there exists no loom To weave it into fabric; undefiled Proceeds pure Science, and has her say; but still Upon this world from the collective womb Is spewed all day the red triumphant child.
may be interesting, persuasive, cogent, but each new case must be referred for decision to the undefiled code text'.
Leaving aside Warhol's consistent eschewal of Direct Cinema's axiomatic handheld camera in favor of a tripod mount, he pushed Drew's ideal of a pure cinematic objectivity to its very limits in the 472 Screen Tests he shot between 1964 and 1966, each documenting a subject simply being himself or herself alone in front of a 16-mm camera for the duration of a one-hundred-foot roll of film undefiled by editing.
"In such a context, its defeat might have provided, as did King's defeat, inspiration for future struggles around an undefiled vision." (175)
It is difficult to believe that "pure religion and undefiled" should overthrow the powers of the mind to which it was intended to yield the composure of a humble hope and the stability of a confiding faith.
In most cases, the girls were found undefiled and this was followed by jubilation and feasting.
For Marx, nostalgia represents a veil "that hangs over our urbanized landscape [and] is largely a vestige of the once dominant image of an undefiled, green republic, a quite land of forests, villages, and farms dedicated to the pursuit of happiness" (Marx 2004, 6).
Answer: They invoke a Buddhist sutra, which says that the Tathagata was born in the world and grew up in the world, yet he transcends the world and is undefiled by the world.
At common law, parties downstream have the fight to undefiled water or air that passes their way from upstream users.
The Bible says marriage is honourable in all and the bed undefiled, one man and one women is God's way.
The music of Appalachian Spring will be just 70 years old this year, but it sounds as if it has always been there, a pure, undefiled distillation of the American ideal, a vision in music of the old Puritan John Winthrop's "shining city on a hill."
Pure and undefiled religion is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world.
Margaret, an undefiled virgin, was swallowed by "a hideous dragon"; afterwards, "the dragon burst open and the virgin emerged unscathed." The image of Margaret emerging from the bowels of the dragon became a staple of medieval iconography.