undefiled

adjective
un·de·filed | \ ˌən-di-ˈfī(-ə)ld , -dē- \

Definition of undefiled 

: not made corrupt, impure, or unclean : not defiled : untainted, uncorrupted English undefiled … a spot as yet undefiled by the foot of a human being. —Edgar Rice Burroughs Men perish, men are corrupted, hearts are rent asunder, but what remains untouched, unassailable, undefiled? —Frank Norris

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14th century, in the meaning defined above

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