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unscathed

adjective un·scathed \-ˈskāthd\

: not hurt, harmed, or damaged

Full Definition of UNSCATHED

:  wholly unharmed :  not injured

Examples of UNSCATHED

  1. She escaped from the wreckage unscathed.
  2. The administration was left relatively unscathed by the scandal.

First Known Use of UNSCATHED

14th century
UNSCATHED Defined for Kids

unscathed

adjective un·scathed \ˌən-ˈskāthd\

Definition of UNSCATHED for Kids

:  completely without harm or injury <They emerged from the wreckage unscathed.>

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