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Definition of "undefiled" []

  • Not damaged or sullied (adjective)
  • Not made morally impure (adjective)
  • Not polluted or made dirty (adjective)
  • Not desecrated (adjective)
  • Free from stain, blemish, evil or corruption; immaculate; uncorrupted. (adjective)

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Use "undefiled" in a sentence
  • ""My dove, my undefiled is one," says the Song of Solomon (So 6: 9)."
  • ""Other kings have many queens, and concubines, and virgins, with whose conversation they entertain themselves, but my dove, my undefiled, is to me instead of all; in that one I have more than they have in all theirs.""
  • "And she called the undefiled daughters of the Hebrews, and they led her astray."