untouched

[uhn-tuhcht]
adjective
1.
not touched or handled, as material.
2.
not explored or visited: untouched lands.
3.
not eaten or drunk.
4.
remaining in a pristine state; unchanged: an untouched innocent; an untouched world.
5.
not injured or hurt; undamaged: untouched by the exploding bombs.
6.
not affected or altered: She was untouched by the life around her.
7.
emotionally unmoved; indifferent: She was left untouched by the music.
8.
not mentioned or described, as in conversation or a book: an untouched subject.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see un-1, touch, -ed2

untouchedness, noun
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untouched (ʌnˈtʌtʃt)
 
adj
1.  not used, handled, touched, etc
2.  not injured or harmed
3.  (postpositive) emotionally unmoved
4.  not changed, modified, or affected
5.  (of food or drink) left without being consumed
6.  not mentioned or referred to: he left the subject untouched

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Example sentences
He said that she was untouched, so apparently no predator killed her.
Perhaps a new fig tree grows for four winters, untouched by freezes, bearing
  big crops each summer.
Saving regularly and leaving it untouched is fundamental, since without that
  basis your holdings cannot appreciate.
Most books in the library are untouched for years on end.
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