unspotted

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Adjective[edit]

unspotted ‎(comparative more unspotted, superlative most unspotted)

  1. not having spots, particularly where this is unusual.
    The albino leopard was quite remarkable, as it was completely unspotted.
  2. unseen.
    Despite the watchful nature of the passing gazelles, the jaguar lay unspotted under the bush.