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unmutilated

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmjuːtɪleɪtɪd
 
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Definition of unmutilated in English:

adjective

Not mutilated: few clean and unmutilated specimens turn up
More example sentences
  • Growing up unmutilated in Africa - investigating the problems and consequences of female genital mutilation common in some African societies.
  • Thus, if the tip were removed from a leaf of A. viridis and a half-lamina were then treated as if unmutilated, B would inevitably be increased and x could fall below 1.
  • But I'm content to let the language remain unmutilated and assume that right-thinking people remember all that.

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