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Pure and uncorrupted.
- ‘They are therefore never filled with entirely pure, unvitiated air.’
- ‘I address myself not to the young enthusiast only, but to the ardent devotee of truth and virtue the pure and passionate moralist yet unvitiated by the contagion of the world.’
- ‘He rejuvenates and remoulds spiritually enervated souls and purifies their intellects by imparting unvitiated Gita knowledge to them.’
- ‘This unvitiated region stands in no need of the veil of twilight to soften or disguise its features.’
- ‘The air was so pure and unvitiated that it was a delight to breathe it.’
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