Lacking blemishes or faults: an unblemished peach; an unblemished political record. (adjective)
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Use "unblemished" in a sentence
"But who of our family does not agree with Mr. Weston, that the unspotted character which our dear father maintained should remain unblemished by his family? which could not have been, had we suffered his creditors to lose any part of their debts while it was possible for us to pay them."
"Rather, it was to be realized right within the miasma of cultural constraint, indeed there or nowhere, like the Zen lotus sprouting up unblemished from the mud."
"If, in truth, this woman had left her own husband and gone away to live with another man, she had by doing so at any rate while she was doing so fallen in such a way as to make herself unfit for the society of an unmarried young woman who meant to keep her name unblemished before the world."