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undefiled

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Pronunciation: /ʌndɪˈfʌɪld
 
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Definition of undefiled in English:

adjective

Not defiled; pure.
Example sentences
  • When the subways were cleaned up, people felt better; they could get to work rumpled but undefiled.
  • However, about 80 percent of the Canadian boreal forest is still undefiled.
  • He seemed so tranquil and his features were so soft and undefiled.

Words that rhyme with undefiled

child, Childe, mild, self-styled, wild, Wilde

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