intemerately

intemerate

[in-tem-er-it]
adjective
inviolate; undefiled; unsullied; pure.

Origin:
1485–95; < Latin intemerātus, equivalent to in- in-3 + temerā(re) to violate, desecrate + -tus past participle suffix

intemerately, adverb
intemerateness, noun
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intemerate (ɪnˈtɛmərɪt)
 
adj
rare not defiled; pure; unsullied
 
[C15: from Latin intemerātus undefiled, pure, from in-1 + temerāre to darken, violate, from temere rashly]
 
in'temerately
 
adv
 
in'temerateness
 
n

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