Definition of unaffected
1 : not influenced or changed mentally, physically, or chemically
2 : free from affectation : genuine
Examples of unaffected in a Sentence
They shortened the book when they made the movie, but the basic story remained unaffected.
He has a friendly and unaffected manner.
Recent Examples of unaffected from the Web
What’s the chance that mental abilities and behavioral tendencies were completely unaffected by all these processes?
English Language Arts test scores were largely unaffected, the study showed.
Travel and money sent by Cuban Americans will be unaffected.
Aimee desperately wanted to be fair, unaffected by past emotions, unsullied by the truth.
This was unaffected by gender, age, education, political ideology, race and news viewing.
Flintridge Prep and Bellarmine-Jefferson, which play eight-man football, were unaffected.
Labour’s rating is up from a low of 13 percent in February and was unaffected by Corbyn’s inability to remember the cost of his 5.3-billion-pound ($6.8 billion) flagship childcare policy in a radio interview, according to the poll.
In some ways, the community seems frozen in time, unaffected by the war raging in the countryside.
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First Known Use of unaffected
UNAFFECTED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unaffected for English Language Learners
: not influenced or changed mentally, physically, or chemically
: genuine, sincere, or natural
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