adjective un·touched \ˌən-ˈtəcht\
: not handled or used
: not changed : still in the original state or condition
: not eaten or drunk : not tasted
: not subjected to touching : not handled
: not described or dealt with
a : not tasted
b : being in the first or a primeval state or condition <an untouched wilderness>
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Examples of UNTOUCHED
- The piano was untouched for years.
- The original agreement remains untouched.
- He left his food untouched.
- The artist's biographer left a few important events of his life untouched.
First Known Use of UNTOUCHED
: not tasted <Her dinner sat on the tray untouched.>
: not affected <I was untouched by the turmoil.>
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