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Example sentences for unadulterated

Actually, it was nothing more than pure unadulterated curiosity, and the innate desire to know.
His actions are no different than thousands before him, supported by followers of unadulterated evil.
And it's about diving into a world that allows for complete, unadulterated immersion.
From my point of view it's nothing but unadulterated greed.
Unadulterated entertainment is a beautiful thing, whether in the guise of a summer blockbuster or a trashy magazine.
The older studies were based on the premise that ordinary, unadulterated foods were the only choices.
Because the wood is unadulterated, the tissues hold a chemical record of weather patterns during the period the tree lived.
The economy has been contracting using conventional, unadulterated metrics.
Unadulterated power-pop is an increasingly rare commodity these days.
Communal terror adds an element of fun to what would otherwise be, in isolation, unadulterated fear.
Whether or not this sort of unadulterated adulation was warranted is a matter a non-cultist had better not discuss in public.
Instead, they've found a better predictor of trouble--the presence of sheer, unadulterated panic.
The words natural, organic, unadulterated have unmistakably positive connotations.
But unadulterated optimism was kept in check, lest unfinished business and unpredictable shocks chill the recovery.
Unadulterated wood means wood that is not painted or treated with chemicals such as glues, preservatives or adhesives.
Received food must be in good condition, safe and unadulterated.
Only wholesome, unadulterated product is eligible to bear the mark of inspection and to enter commerce.
Where native plant seeds are to be used for federal projects, they should be unadulterated by other plant species.

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