unaltered

adjective
un·al·tered | \ˌən-ˈȯl-tərd \

Definition of unaltered 

: not changed into something else especially deliberately : not altered unaltered documents

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The concerns of gay people when Will and Grace was on the air in the '90s aren’t the same as those today, but the show is essentially unaltered. Jennifer Wright, Harper's BAZAAR, "Roseanne Barr Succeeded Because of Her Backward Views," 31 May 2018 As fate would have it, brides-to-be can purchase the unaltered version of Markle's fictional wedding dress at Kleinfield Bridal. Halie Lesavage, Glamour, "Take a Look at Meghan Markle in Her ‘Suits’ Wedding Dress," 26 Apr. 2018 The retailer, which previously used unaltered images in a 2017 swimwear campaign, has seen a surge of positive responses on Twitter for an image from its 2018 swimwear line. Lauren Rearick, Teen Vogue, "Twitter Reacts To ASOS Plus Size Model Vivian Eyo-Ephraim," 2 Apr. 2018 Their celebrity may have changed coloration over the decades, but their way of life remained essentially unaltered for fifty years. Longreads, "The Ladies Who Were Famous for Wanting to Be Left Alone," 17 Apr. 2018 The construction took over thirty years, but the resulting castle was extraordinary enough to remain largely unaltered from the 3rd Earl to the 7th, who sold the family seat in the 1980s. Jo Rodgers, Vogue, "Old World Meets New at Adare Manor, Ireland’s Just-Renovated Castle Hotel," 4 Apr. 2018 The artworks are superb, as is the experience of visiting a private villa dans son jus, as the French would say, unaltered from its glory days. Alexander Lobrano, Town & Country, "Five Must-See Spots on the French Riviera," 5 June 2017 Reid admits, speaking by phone from his home in La Quinta, Calif., his Cockney accent unaltered by the desert heat. Franklin Soults, BostonGlobe.com, "Back from the brink, Joe Perry rediscovers the joy of playing," 11 Apr. 2018 For one, there’s growing evidence that big pieces of nearly unaltered land, and intact forests in particular, mitigate climate change. Christopher Solomon, Outside Online, "The World’s Wilderness: Going, Going and Soon Gone?," 4 Apr. 2018

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1551, in the meaning defined above

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