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unspotted

Line breaks: un|spot¦ted
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈspɒtɪd
 
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Definition of unspotted in English:

adjective

Not marked with spots: it has an unspotted white throat figurative she had taken pleasure in his triumph, unspotted by regret
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  • He looked with curiosity at the girl standing quietly among her hysterical schoolmates in her unspotted white dress, and she returned his gaze calmly.
  • The pelvic fins similarly were unspotted and yellowish in ground colour, with a white leading edge, and either no black colour or a light, blackish smudge of colour proximally in some individuals.
  • Shriver, an attractive young man with an unspotted record, could not make his case to primary voters in Maryland, who knocked off his bid for Congress.

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