What means unspoilt?

What means unspoilt?

: not damaged, ruined, or lacking freshness : not spoiled unspoiled forests unspoiled fruit.

What does unspoilt nature mean?

(ʌnspɔɪld ) regional note: in BRIT, also use unspoilt (ʌnspɔɪlt ) adjective. If you describe a place as unspoiled, you think it is beautiful because it has not been changed or built on for a long time.

What is the meaning of regimented life?

Very strictly organized or controlled. ‘the regimented life of a long-term prisoner’

What is the difference between unspoilt and unspoiled?

As adjectives the difference between unspoiled and unspoilt is that unspoiled is not spoiled or touched; pure while unspoilt is not spoilt, decayed or corrupted.

What is unspoilt countryside?

adj (of a village, town, etc.) having an unaltered character. unspoiled, unspotted, unsocial, unpolitic.

Why do you think the author was grateful to the old lady who was unspoilt by progress?

But we need to recognise the adverse (ill) effects of ‘progress’ and keep them away as much as possible. That is why, the author was delighted to see the old lady who had carefully kept the tradition alive by preserving the seeds of Kasbai rice.

What is the meaning of regimentation?

noun. the act of regimenting or the state of being regimented. the strict discipline and enforced uniformity characteristic of military groups or totalitarian systems.

What does it mean when someone calls you a philistine?

Definition of Philistine (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a native or inhabitant of ancient Philistia. 2 often not capitalized. a : a person who is guided by materialism and is usually disdainful of intellectual or artistic values. b : one uninformed in a special area of knowledge.

Is it spoilt or spoiled?

Word forms: 3rd person singular present tense spoils , present participle spoiling , past tense, past participle spoiled , past tense, past participle spoilt language note: American English uses the form spoiled as the past tense and past participle. British English uses either spoiled or spoilt.