undistorted

adjective
un·​dis·​tort·​ed | \ ˌən-di-ˈstȯr-təd How to pronounce undistorted (audio) \

Definition of undistorted

: not twisted or deformed : not distorted an undistorted image

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To make the sphere invisible, the temperature profile should appear undistorted to either side, which requires that the thermal conductivity of the sphere be the same as the cylinder. Chris Lee, Ars Technica, "Easy-to-make thermal chameleon fades into the background," 30 June 2019 Subsidizing only certain plants leads to a greater supply of power generation than would otherwise be available based on undistorted market prices. WSJ, "Government Is Bad at Picking Energy Winners," 13 June 2018 After the fragmented faces of Ireland, Lewis, and Leguizamo, the Times presents an undistorted portrait of a Colorado engineer named Salle Ingle. Ian Bogost, The Atlantic, "All Followers Are Fake Followers," 30 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of undistorted

1662, in the meaning defined above

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