unaltered

[uhn-awl-terd]
adjective
1.
not altered, changed, or modified: We approved the unaltered designs.
2.
(of an animal) not neutered.

Origin:
1545–55; un-1 + alter + -ed2

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unaltered (ʌnˈɔːltəd)
 
adj
not altered; unchanged

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unaltered
1551, from un- (1) "not" + pp. of alter. Unalterable is attested from 1611.
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Example sentences
In the unaltered or boundary layer, however, the glandular epithelium retains a
  columnar or cubical form.
The general character and arrangement of these dwellings remains on the whole
  unaltered.
Even though these images have the same visual content as unaltered faces, they
  are not recognized as faces.
Name aside, the selection criteria remain unaltered.
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