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or handled, as material.
not explored or visited:
not eaten or drunk.
remaining in a pristine state; unchanged:
an untouched innocent; an untouched world.
not injured or hurt; undamaged:
untouched by the exploding bombs.
not affected or altered:
She was untouched by the life around her.
emotionally unmoved; indifferent:
She was left untouched by the music.
not mentioned or described, as in conversation or a book:
an untouched subject.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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He said that she was
, so apparently no predator killed her.
Perhaps a new fig tree grows for four winters,
by freezes, bearing big crops each summer.
Saving regularly and leaving it
is fundamental, since without that basis your holdings cannot appreciate.
Most books in the library are
for years on end.
But one student, to all appearances, seemed entirely
by our discussions.
Not these sharp new crayons,
by my younger sister.
No wandering tourists or posing for pictures allowed, simply a
place that can only be viewed from afar.
Next day she again went out with her goat, and left the few bits of broken bread which had been handed to her, lying
Things sacred should not only be
with the hands, but unviolated in thought.
Our great resources therefore remain
for any purpose which may affect the vital interests of the nation.
British Dictionary definitions for
not used, handled, touched, etc
not injured or harmed
) emotionally unmoved
not changed, modified, or affected
(of food or drink) left without being consumed
not mentioned or referred to
he left the subject untouched
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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