So what did we discover in seeing the raw, unaltered photographs of Dunham?
This line, for a wonder, is unaltered by Dryden in his paraphrase.
It had been her wish to keep it, in its sweet familiarity, unaltered till the last.
Of course none of the now surviving species of apes is to be regarded as the unaltered posterity of that primeval parent-form.
Letters from Provence, Languedoc, and Dauphine say that the situation there is unaltered.
These scenes were included, unaltered, in the 1845 collection of Poems, by Poe.
Keep them out of your beer and it remains for ever unaltered.
A curious fancy took possession of her that she would give him some little symbol of her unaltered affection for him.
But it will take much to reassure me of your unaltered regard.
The history of her short reign shows that it was her unaltered purpose to restore autocratic government.