Definition of "unspotted" [un•spot•ted]

  • Having no spots. (adjective)
  • Morally upright. (adjective)

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Use "unspotted" in a sentence
  • "“May we live unspotted from the world, the flesh, & the devil.”"
  • "Compare "undefiled" and "unspotted from the world," Jas 1: 27; 4: 4, 8,"
  • "(Mic 6: 7, 8) as visiting the fatherless, &c., and keeping one's self unspotted from the world (Mt 23: 23)."