untempted

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ tempted

Adjective[edit]

untempted (comparative more untempted, superlative most untempted)

  1. Not tempted.
    • 2008 February 17, David Rieff, “Miracle Workers?”, New York Times:
      But the fact that someone so untempted by mystical inclinations could in an important sense be sustained by what was in part a mystical relationship is emblematic of the extraordinary demands that, in extremis, patients cannot help making — demands that are as impossible for doctors to fulfill as they are impossible for patients to forgo.