Untouched Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Untouched Quotes from famous persons: Toussaint Louverture, Jennifer Coolidge, Andrae Crouch, David Means, Susan Orlean. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Untouched Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

When you’re on this major English estate, breathing in the English air, and it’s untouched, you can feel its presence. It’s a whole different feel. It really felt like we were there living it. It didn’t feel modern, ever.
I think that if something‘s really good, and it touches that part of their heart that has been untouched, or maybe it has been touched but they never wanted to admit it, I think that when they get back to that, I think that we are still in a place that people enjoy it the way it’s supposed to be enjoyed.
I love the nooks and crannies of the American landscape; the back roads and back alleys, the places that are still untouched by the corporate gloss, the veneer of sameness that seems to be spreading across the country.
Winter in the country is very white. There is black grit on all the shoulders of the roads and on the big mounds from the plows, and all the cars are filthy, but the fields are dazzling and untouched and pristine.
The deepest definition of youth is life as yet untouched by tragedy.
Wildlife film-makers I know tell me that the effort to portray what looks like an untouched ecosystem becomes harder every year. They have to choose their camera angles ever more carefully to exclude the evidence of destruction, travel further to find the Edens they depict.
The Moon was the most spectacularly beautiful desert you could ever imagine. Unspoilt. Untouched. It had a vibrancy about it and the contrast between it and the black sky was so vivid, it just made this impression of excitement and wonder.
Charles Duke
There are no heritage concepts at Marvel or DC that are untouched.
There’s a Norwegian equivalent to ‘BBC Introducing‘ called ‘P3 Untouched,’ and I remember when they played the first song I ever wrote that I’d put online. I was 16 at that point. That was the first moment where I was like, ‘Oh, maybe this is something I want to do more of.’
Every day, we hear of civilians being killed and wounded in violation of the basic rules of international humanitarian law and with total impunity. Instability is spreading. Suffering is growing. No country can remain untouched.
At my age, I don’t think anyone is untouched by cancer.
I am not – thank heavens – one of thosedrivenwriters who spend a fortnight buckled with empty fright over an untouched page only to wake at two in the morning feverish with paragraphs.
There is a very uneasy relationship between money and creativity, between money and almost everything. Its tendency to control and corruptwhether it’s in arts or education or politics, hardly anything is untouched by it. Journalism certainly is up there. Everything is susceptible to it.
In Washington, task forces work like Tylenol: they reduce the symptoms of scandal while leaving the substance untouched.
There’s got to be a voice deep within you that is untouched by definitions. And it is there that you become divinely who you are.
We have altered the physical, chemical and biological properties of the planet on a geological scale. We have left no part of the globe untouched.
Once a landscape is industrialized, its wild character is lost for good. You can’t recreate untouched tundra, mountain meadows, crystal clear streams, and animals that have never encountered toxic waste.
The Normans came over, lance in hand, burning and trampling down every thing before them, and cutting off the Saxon dynasty and the Saxon nobles at the edge of the sword; but the right of petition remained untouched.
I feel ashamed if my hands are too clean and untouched. It’s a measure of how much time I’ve spent travelling and poncing around.
A lot of subjects are untouched by the Indian Television.
Travelling makes me feel free. I love Cape Town, and different parts of Europe. I love New York; I could live there in a heartbeat. I love London. Mostly, I like travelling to untouched kind of places. I love the mountains.
I think that the Japanese culture is one of the very few cultures left that is its own entity. They’re just so traditional and so specific in their ways. It’s kind of untouched, it’s not Americanized.