undamaged

adjective
un·​dam·​aged | \ ˌən-ˈda-mijd How to pronounce undamaged (audio) \

Definition of undamaged

: not damaged or harmed crops undamaged by drought undamaged goods a building that survived the war undamaged

Examples of undamaged in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The towing vessel, named the Dale Artigue, operated by Florida Marine Transport was pushing 15 loaded barges and was undamaged in the crash. Cameron Knight, Cincinnati.com, "Coast Guard: Barge worker asleep at the controls caused Ludlow Bromley Yacht Club collision," 12 Dec. 2019 Huelse's 1969 Pontiac Firebird soft-top convertible, which went missing after the fire broke out, was later recovered undamaged in a Milwaukee alleyway. Evan Casey, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "A Milwaukee man has been charged with arson, homicide and mutilating a corpse in a fatal Waukesha fire," 27 Nov. 2019 The Great Seal of the United States on the outside wall has been defaced, although another one still is undamaged in white above the entryway of the compound’s chancery. BostonGlobe.com, "TEHRAN — The US Embassy in Tehran remains frozen in 1979 as the 40th anniversary of the Iran hostage crisis approaches, a time capsule of revolutionary graffiti, Underwood typewriters, and rotary telephones.," 3 Nov. 2019 Ten of the bags were recovered undamaged, Kyodo News said, and the authorities are cataloging the remaining ones to see how many were still missing. Ben Dooley, New York Times, "Helicopters and Boats Rescue the Stranded After Typhoon Hits Japan," 12 Oct. 2019 As firefighters tapped out hot spots inside the building, one firefighter dug through the ash and rubble to retrieve what appeared to be a military burial American flag inside a case, which appeared to be undamaged. Jay R. Jordan, Houston Chronicle, "Houston firefighters save burial flag from burning condos near Galleria," 8 Oct. 2019 The new family of three returned home Wednesday to a home that was undamaged, dry, and its electricity intact. Lauren M. Johnson, CNN, "There was a baby born during the hurricane so his parents named him Dorian," 4 Sep. 2019 Dead tissue also has to be removed and thin slices of undamaged skin grafted over the wounds, little by little. Sara Jean Green, The Seattle Times, "‘He’s definitely a fighter’: Firefighter, gunner in the Iraq War severely burned battling Washington wildfire," 13 Sep. 2019 In one, a 500-pound strongman jumped on the lid before flinging the cooler off a cliff; the Tundra survived undamaged. Louis Mazzante //, Popular Mechanics, "How the Yeti Tundra Became the Coolest Cooler," 1 Sep. 2019

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First Known Use of undamaged

1648, in the meaning defined above

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21 Dec 2019

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“Undamaged.” The Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/undamaged. Accessed 18 January 2020.

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undamaged

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English Language Learners Definition of undamaged

: not harmed or damaged in any way

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