unspoiled

adjective
un·​spoiled | \ ˌən-ˈspȯi(-ə)ld How to pronounce unspoiled (audio) , -ˈspȯi(-ə)lt\
variants: or chiefly British unspoilt \ ˌən-​ˈspȯi(-​ə)lt How to pronounce unspoilt (audio) \

Definition of unspoiled

: not damaged, ruined, or lacking freshness : not spoiled unspoiled forests unspoiled fruit

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Ma joins a line of American royalty that has owned the property in the unspoiled wilderness region known for compounds known as Great Camps built by some of the country's most prominent families beginning in the 19th-century. Sam Dangremond, Town & Country, "Jack Ma Buys 28,000 Acres of Historic U.S. Park," 25 June 2015 This winter, head to Careyes, an unspoiled, under-the-radar luxury getaway just two hours’ drive from Manzanillo (or three from Puerto Vallarta) along Jalisco’s rugged Pacific coast. Eric Rosen, WSJ, "Escape Winter with a Trip to This Under-the-Radar Destination," 6 Dec. 2018 Above, Natalia gives us a taste of Colombia’s unspoiled paradise. Monica Mendal, Vogue, "This Bohemian Beach Town Is Colombia’s Best-Kept Secret," 10 Jan. 2019 The East Brother Light Station, on an unspoiled island in the San Pablo Bay, part of the larger San Francisco Bay, is seeking a new pair of lighthouse keepers. Maude Campbell, Popular Mechanics, "Need a Fresh Start in 2019? California Has an Opening for a Lighthouse Keeper," 8 Jan. 2019 Brand new, high-end lodges committed to preserving the area’s unspoiled environment. Klara Glowczewska, Town & Country, "The Best Places to Travel in 2019," 7 Dec. 2018 Brandon, a property featuring seven miles of unspoiled river, eleven trout ponds, and a 2,200-foot mountain, was put on sale in 2012 for $27 million. Sam Dangremond, Town & Country, "Jack Ma Buys 28,000 Acres of Historic U.S. Park," 25 June 2015 If so, Iran is home to the world's second oldest tree, while Siberia's unspoiled and dense forests produce most of Earth's oxygen. Lindsey Desimone, ELLE Decor, "50 Unusual Travel Facts You Need To Know Before Planning Your Next Vacation," 12 Oct. 2015 Her grandparents had bought the very old Cape overlooking the harbor in the late 1800s and reveled in its being unspoiled by modern conveniences like electricity and plumbing. Kim Velsey, New York Times, "When a Family Homestead Can’t Stay in the Family," 6 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of unspoiled

1733, in the meaning defined above

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unspoiled

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unspoiled

: still wild and not changed by people : not spoiled
: not affected by the special attention you are receiving because of fame or success

unspoiled

adjective
un·​spoiled | \ ˌən-ˈspȯild\

Kids Definition of unspoiled

: not damaged or ruined unspoiled milk an unspoiled view

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