[ US /ənˈtətʃt/ ]
[ UK /ʌntˈʌt‍ʃt/ ]
  1. still full
    an untouched cocktail in her hand
  2. not having come in contact
  3. emotionally unmoved
    always appeared completely unmoved and imperturbable
  4. not influenced or affected
    unswayed by personal considerations
    stewed in its petty provincialism untouched by the brisk debates that stirred the old world
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How To Use untouched In A Sentence

  • Rounds are no longer written in modern musical styles, and remain untouched by developments in chromatic harmony, atonality, jazz idioms, serial structures and folk modes.
  • Now he sits before a half-drunk coffee, a plate of untouched biscuits and an overflowing ashtray.
  • Seal it all in plastic kitchen wrap, and leave untouched for at least a week to 10 days.
  • Thousands of miles of unspoilt coastline, isolated and untouched lakes and pristine mountain ranges are there for the discovering.
  • For a few odd and unsettling moments, the song hovers on its own, left virtually untouched except for the subtle fuzz of static in the background.
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  • It would leave the motorway untouched. Times, Sunday Times
  • The President said the bridge would boost the economy on Madura island, which has been largely untouched by development, lagging behind other regions in Indonesia.
  • This is rather sorry stuff; but then in purely rural places, untouched by that great civiliser, the railroad, a little wit goes a great way, as we may see by the following story told in Pasquil's "Jests," 1604. A Righte Merrie Christmasse The Story of Christ-Tide
  • Even the greenest and purest, seemingly untouched fields were breeding grounds filled with fermenting disease and devastation.
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