[ US /ənˈsteɪnd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnstˈe‍ɪnd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. without soil or spot or stain
  2. not stained
    An apron keeps his clothing unstained
  3. not having a coating of stain or varnish
  4. (of reputation) free from blemishes
    his unsullied name
    an untarnished reputation
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How To Use unstained In A Sentence

  • If the chitosan repaired the crushed membranes then the spinal cord tissue would be unstained, but if the chitosan had failed, the spinal cord neurons would be flooded with the fluorescent dye.
  • Biopsy, aspirates, and unstained glass side tissue sections for FISH analysis. Hematopathology
  • Only the wicked die at my intention; I am unstained by their deaths. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
  • Orth. iii, 27: Although He died as man, and His holy soul was separated from His unstained body, yet His Godhead remained inseparate from either body or soul. Catena Aurea - Gospel of Matthew
  • Very handsome, the upper cabinets faced in canary-yellow laminate, the lower with lacquered, unstained apple-ply.
  • Wood coated with varnish will not dry out and split, will not absorb moisture and rot, is unaffected by dirt and pollution, and will be unstained, by oily or greasy spills.
  • ‘Well I have this phobia… ‘I muttered as I took off my glasses and found the one unstained spot on the bib to clean them.
  • She closed the door and watched him through one of the unstained diamonds of glass. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS
  • Using the unstained portion of her bandage, she rewraps her wound.
  • Cell walls and starch stained a bright reddish pink, while other elements of the cells remained unstained.
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