Definition of unprofaned in US English:

unprofaned

adjective

  • Not defiled or violated; pure.

    • ‘Within two or three hours' sail of Glasgow one could find an almost pristine solitude of purple heather and solemn crags all unprofaned by watering-place gaiety or luxury.’
    • ‘Within a mile, the open country might be reached, and the senses refreshed and re-invigorated among streams still unpolluted, and woods and meadows as yet unprofaned by buildings.’
    • ‘Several suggestions were made as to the best way by which Her Majesty could be placed in the carriage unprofaned by a single male eye.’
    • ‘I discovered that my house actually had its site in such a withdrawn, but forever new and unprofaned, part of the universe.’
    • ‘The senses of children are unprofaned.’
    untouched, undamaged, unhurt, unharmed, unscathed
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Pronunciation

unprofaned

/ˌənprəˈfānd/