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unspoiled (adj.)

c. 1500, "not plundered," from un- (1) "not" + past participle of spoil (v.). Meaning "not deteriorated" is attested from 1732. A verb unspoil is attested from c. 1400, but it meant "despoil."

updated on March 02, 2014

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Definitions of unspoiled from WordNet

unspoiled (adj.)
not decayed or decomposed;
Synonyms: uncorrupted
unspoiled (adj.)
not left to spoil;
Synonyms: good / unspoilt
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