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unviolated

Line breaks: un|vio¦lated
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈvʌɪəleɪtɪd
 
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Definition of unviolated in English:

adjective

Not violated or desecrated: the ground above the stone was undisturbed, the stone unviolated
More example sentences
  • A court has determined, based on the testimony of several witnesses, that her wish would have been to remain unviolated by a feeding tube if she had no hope of recovering.
  • Eliot's famous remark about Henry James, that he had a mind so fine it was unviolated by an idea, seems to me to reflect such a state as the ideal for an artist, or perhaps for anyone.
  • The abductors are left unviolated at the outer aspect of the ilium.

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