unspoilt

[ UK /ʌnspˈɔ‍ɪlt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not left to spoil
    the meat is still good
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How To Use unspoilt In A Sentence

  • The miles of unspoilt beach are home to turtles which come ashore to nest, while the seas are filled with whales and dolphins. Times, Sunday Times
  • The village's unspoilt appearance and its careful preservation make it a natural choice for films set in the past.
  • Huge modern hotels have ruined this once unspoilt coastline.
  • Formentera An almost totally unspoilt island just off the coast of southern Ibiza whose lazy sun-drenched calm just waits to be savoured.
  • It is unspoilt and sits below steep cliffs. The Sun
  • It's long been a fashionable place to spend the summer and its charm lies in its unspoilt quality.
  • It is not a cheap place to buy but is the most charming and unspoilt town on the French coast. Times, Sunday Times
  • The mansion is set in 90 acres of beautiful, unspoilt countryside.
  • Would destroy - as in demolish and concrete over - communities that have developed over centuries and vast swathes of unspoilt countryside and ancient woodlands and prime farmland. Heathrow-stock
  • Its rugged charm has remained unspoilt by progress, while a bustling main street and its wide range of tented camps, hotels, and lodges have established it as a favourite holiday resort.
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