unsullied

[uhn-suhl-eed]
adjective
1.
not soiled, untarnished: an unsullied public persona.
2.
virginal; pure: He wears a purity ring signifying that he will remain unsullied until marriage.

Origin:
un-1 + sullied

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unsullied (ʌnˈsʌlɪd)
 
adj
(of a reputation, etc) not stained or tarnished

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Example sentences
Wearing them, my father was clean and crisp, unsullied by everyday life.
It has always been ungovernable, a nation of wild unsullied beauty, steeped in mystery.
Certainly neither party's evidence was entirely unsullied and credible.
Hall is an old resident and has hitherto borne an unsullied reputation.
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