unspotted

Part of speech: adjective

Not marked with spots; free from blemishes; immaculate.

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Usage examples "unspotted":

  1. They rejoiced in the name of those, whom they represented, that Ireland had been unspotted by a traffic, which they held in such deep abhorrence, and promised, if it should be abolished in England, to take the most active measures to prevent it from finding an asylum in the ports of that kingdom. - "The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave Trade by the British Parliament (1808), Vol. I", Thomas Clarkson.
  2. In both the ground- colour is a very delicate pale greenish blue, occasionally so pale that the ground is all but white- in one type entirely unspeckled and unspotted, in the other finely and thickly speckled everywhere, and towards the large end more or less spotted, with brownish or purplish red. - "The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1", Allan O. Hume.
  3. Will you help her to mind her mother's prayer, and keep herself unspotted from the world? - "Queechy, Volume II", Elizabeth Wetherell.