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unsullied

Line breaks: un|sul¦lied
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsʌlɪd
 
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Definition of unsullied in English:

adjective

Not spoiled or made impure: an unsullied reputation
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  • While the more prestigious Villages Beaujolais survived the crisis with their reputations mostly unsullied, the Nouveau did not.
  • His academic reputation remains unsullied by deeds that would have seen him fired in any other establishment.
  • No skeletons have fallen from closets and his reputation remains unsullied.
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