stainless

[steyn-lis]

Origin:
1580–90; stain + -less

stainlessly, adverb
stainlessness, noun
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stainless (ˈsteɪnlɪs)
 
adj
1.  resistant to discoloration, esp discoloration resulting from corrosion; rust-resistant: stainless steel
2.  having no blemish: a stainless reputation
 
n
3.  stainless steel
 
'stainlessly
 
adv

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Example sentences
Not every opportunity to turn a situation to one's advantage is going to be
  morally stainless.
The old red blood and stainless gentility of great poets will be proved by
  their unconstraint.
The tide toward tap has boosted businesses that make reusable water bottles,
  especially aluminum and stainless steel varieties.
It's free to get inside this iconic, stainless steel structure.
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