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Something ‘unsullied’ is considered pure and unstained by anything thought to be unpleasant or unacceptable. While something, such as nature, can be described as being physically this way, this term is most commonly used in the abstract to refer to something like an unblemished reputation or record.
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That spokesperson comes with too much baggage due to past controversies. The firm needs somebody with an unsullied reputation.
I can assure you that my investigation was unsullied by my own personal feelings. I applied cold and calculating deductive reasoning and logic throughout.
The landscape in that area was totally unsullied. There were no houses, shops, or roads. Just green, fertile land.