without stain

References in classic literature ?
To be a gentleman--a gentleman without stain or blemish--was his only religion, and to it he was always faithful.
One had simply to be without stain and without reproach to keep one's place in the forefront of life.
You were to me something apart from common life, a thing pure, noble, honest, without stain.
Without frown, without wrinkles and of shame without stain.
So Tommy left us, a gentle soldier, perfect and without stain.
In the early 1980s, when a pair of pressed trousers without stain was regarded by Americas collegiate youth as nascent fascism, Rockingham black-tie dinners and white-tie parties were perceived as something between a gay bathhouse and The Great Gatsby, with distinct overtones of a Ku Klux Klan cross burning.
Not without stain, it discovered that a film reviewer on its own staff had been lifting reviews from online sources without attribution.
Spear, "'Clean of Blood, without Stain or Mixture': Blood, Race, and Sexuality in Spanish Louisiana," which probes the connections between blood lines and status, the invention of racial boundaries, and the control of women's sexuality?
If enough mud is thrown some of it eventually sticks and Brown is unlikley to emerge from this mess without stain or tarnish.
In the highest golden sheath Is Brahman, without stain, without parts.
Just be extra mindful of your movements so you can survive the night without stains.
A consumer desires great wash performance above everything else -- clothes need to get clean again without stains or smells.