undamaged

adjective
un·​dam·​aged | \ˌən-ˈda-mijd \

Definition of undamaged 

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

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The dinosaur cowers for a couple seconds, then charges at its prey, seemingly undamaged. Alessandra Potenza, The Verge, "Were real dinosaurs as bulletproof as the one in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom?," 19 June 2018 The car was later recovered undamaged in South Holland. Staff Report, Daily Southtown, "Southland police blotter," 10 July 2018 Statue found 2 years after theft A statue of the Virgin Mary stolen from a Vermont nativity seen more than two years ago has been found undamaged and returned to its owner. BostonGlobe.com, "New England news in brief," 19 May 2018 Once the flow has ebbed, get undamaged valuables and heirlooms out of harm’s way. Joanne Cleaver, chicagotribune.com, "Reckoning with water damage, from flooded basements to faulty dishwashers," 20 Sep. 2017 Sarepta is focusing its research efforts on younger boys, who are more apt to respond well to a gene therapy because their muscles are relatively undamaged. Adam Feuerstein, STAT, "With tantalizing early results, Sarepta’s gene therapy for Duchenne raises hopes for ‘real change’," 19 June 2018 Pictures circulated on social media showed the plane missing a windshield, though the aircraft appeared otherwise undamaged. Trefor Moss, WSJ, "China Investigating How Cockpit Windshield Blew Out of Sichuan Airlines Flight," 15 May 2018 Puerto Rico also requires that deaths be confirmed by a medical examiner, a standard that researchers said could contribute to undercounting deaths on an island where no corner was left undamaged. Jenny Staletovich, miamiherald, "Maria death toll likely topped 4,000 in Puerto Rico, 70 times official count, study finds," 29 May 2018 Coffee shop refuses to serve man who confronted Muslim woman in niqab More Money: Americans more likely to buy electric cars, AAA study finds In addition, Meridian is producing truck parts again in the undamaged portions of it Eaton Rapids factory. Phoebe Wall Howard, USA TODAY, "Ford plans to resume production of critical F-150 pickup Friday," 16 May 2018

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