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free from stain or blemish

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(of language) not having its purity or excellence debased

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Even the bride wealth was set with the understanding that the girl was undefiled.
Upon recapturing the Temple from the Syrian Greeks, the Jewish people found only one jar of undefiled oil, enough to burn only one day, but it lasted miraculously for eight days until new, pure olive oil was produced.
that a spirit of incorruptible patriotism and undefiled religion may universally prevail.
And later, when the emperor's thugs beat him to death, threw him in the sewers, a group of women fished him out of it, the filth and shit, his body undefiled.
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).
Salvations Author, call to mind How, taking form of humankind, Born of a Virgin undefiled, Thou in man's flesh becam'st a Child.
According to the Talmud, unadulterated and undefiled pure olive oil with the seal of the high priest was needed for the menorah in the Temple, which was required to burn throughout the night every night.
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.
In short one thing that was very special about Jesus was, from the moment he was born in a cattle shed, to his end on Calvary he was constantly mixing with the low castes, outcastes, untouchables, pavement dwellers, the sullied sections of society, drunkards and prostitutes with impure, polluted or tainted blood and never with the palace people, with noble blood, blue blood, royal blood, sacred blood or undefiled endogamous blood people.
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.
In the catalogue that accompanies the shows, Bob Fisher states that each piece is a microcosm for experiencing the serene and the undefiled.