unsullied, The: A group of slave soldiers who are ruthlessly trained in Astapor and their sense of free will removed entirely.
House Republicans sometimes appear to prefer the idea of unsullied martyrdom to bargained, compromised success.
What is here meant, is, that we pledge a faith yet unsullied by falsehood, that the statements are true.
So the boy and girl grew up as unsullied as Hindus ever are.
The success of Livingstone was both brilliant and unsullied.
Yet these books left him as unsullied as water leaves a duck's back.
My lords, his majesty succeeded to an empire as great in extent as its reputation was unsullied.
Generous, unsullied, proudly ignorant, she desired to remain so.
It is thought drawn from the resources of the mind, and portrayed upon the unsullied page.
Then the fair, fresh face of nature was unsullied by the hand of man.