untouch || in a sentence

Parts of the west coast of Oregon are quite wild and untouched.

She is hoping to discover a relatively untouched and unspoiled destination to visit.

An AIDS sufferer once remarked, “Sometimes I have a terrible feeling that I am dying not from the virus, but from being untouchable.


AIDS sufferer Amanda Heggs once said, “Sometimes I have a terrible feeling that I am dying not from the virus, but from being untouchable.


Goods are the great travelers over the earth’s surface, far more than humans, which means that hardly an inhabited spot on the globe is untouched by trade.

Accessible yet untouched, it attracted just 24,000 visitors in 2014.

Chiyangwa however appears untouchable – at least as far as roadblocks go.

He was hired from the East Coast, an outsider untouched by local politics.

And Shanahan made it clear there are no untouchables on the Leafs’ roster.

Windows depicting Lee and Davis as biblical characters will remain untouched.

The assets of Ukraine’s richest businessman, Rinat Akhmetov, remain untouched.

When he returned in the afternoon, his wife was missing and her breakfast was untouched.

“What unrepentant, unchanged, untouched young jihadi is going to meet with a Catholic nun?

When I finally stood up, I couldn’t believe it passed me over and I was almost untouched.”

Baskets for this weekend’s fundraiser — the non-profit’s largest annually — were untouched.

While Chinese construction was visually dramatic, some reefs were largely untouched, he added.

He’ll sometimes move them slightly or turn them over, but he figures the majority are “untouched.”

All season long, Musselman softball pitcher Sabrina Shroades was virtually untouchable by hitters.

380553 I relate to them as my friend rather than being an untouchable character on a big screen.”””

Ettinger said, “The garage of the house, 2 or 3 feet from the hole, was untouched, it looked like.”

The untouchables are not so untouchable anymore, while the “wall of silence” is starting to crumble.