Synonyms for Unsullied:


clean (adjective)
immaculate, refined, fastidious, spick-and-span, sanitary, stainless, unstained, Taintless, hygienic, orderly, sterile, clean, unsoiled, chaste, undefiled, neat, untarnished, tidy, spotless, unblemished, uncontaminated, pure.
innocent (adjective)
lily-white, uncorrupted, untainted, angelical.
pure (adjective)
chaste, austere, formative, faultless, nascent, essential, elementary, clear, white, decent, plain, clean, fundamental, indivisible, irreducible, Simon-pure, aboriginal, guiltless, primal, angelic, pure, untainted, simple, stainless, undiluted, unblemished, primary, bare, prime, stark, elemental, unadorned, honorable, basal, innocent, unadulterated, sinless, atomic, untarnished, virtuous, purebred, blameless, monolithic, foundational, undefiled, unalloyed, uncluttered, basic, immaculate, spotless.
virtuous (adjective)
ethical, decent, creditable, estimable, upstanding, heroic, virtuous, noble, worthy, Taintless, pure, righteous, clean, unspotted, high-minded, angelical, uncorrupted, moral, honorable, valorous, respectable, blameless, guiltless, good, faultless.


cleanly, antiseptic, proper, correct, irreproachable, just. as new, virginal, undamaged, intact, whole, right, well-preserved, unbroken, lily-white, unimpaired. unsullied (noun)
stainless, clean, untarnished, unblemished, unstained, untainted.

Other synonyms:

cleanly, lily-white, virginal. antiseptic. Other relevant words:
irreproachable, unimpaired, antiseptic, unbroken, whole, undamaged, proper, cleanly, lily-white, virginal, right, intact, just.

Usage examples for unsullied

  1. The name of Clifford is hitherto perfectly unsullied – Paul Clifford, Volume 6. by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  2. If a " new heart" were given him, would not the thoughts and desires flowing from it be like pure water from an unsullied spring? – A Knight Of The Nineteenth Century by E. P. Roe
  3. Only matrons of unsullied reputation were permitted to wear it. – Roman Women Woman: In All Ages and in All Countries, Volume 2 (of 10) by Alfred Brittain