unhurt

adjective
un·​hurt | \ ˌən-ˈhərt How to pronounce unhurt (audio) \

Definition of unhurt

: not hurt : intact, uninjured was unhurt after the fall

Examples of unhurt in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Watson was unhurt, but got bruised and is on the injury report as a full participant. Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle, "Texans want Deshaun Watson to take calculated risks," 13 Sep. 2019 Their infant daughter, who was strapped in her car seat in the back, had glass in her carrier but was unhurt. Jeanette Marantos, Los Angeles Times, "Inglewood man targeted blacks in hate-crime shootings that killed two, D.A. says," 16 Aug. 2019 Ten members of Pink‘s management team are reportedly unhurt after their small private aircraft crash-landed in Denmark early Tuesday morning. Jordan Runtagh, PEOPLE.com, "Pink's Management Team Unhurt After Plane Crash Lands and Bursts into Flames in Denmark: Reports," 6 Aug. 2019 Police said seven people were rescued unhurt from the building containing shops and rented apartments after the incident on Monday afternoon in a local community in Jos, Plateau State. Bukola Adebayo, CNN, "12 dead in central Nigeria after 'substandard building' collapses," 17 July 2019 The swimmer, clutching the buoy Carlson gave him, surfaced unhurt. Hillary Davis, latimes.com, "Newport Beach designates day to honor fallen lifeguard Ben Carlson," 26 June 2019 Madison Animal Control, Madison Police and Huntsville Utilities teamed to free the hawk and send it on its way, apparently unhurt. Leada Gore | Lgore@al.com, al.com, "Red-tailed hawk saved after becoming tangled in power lines," 18 June 2019 The deputy sustained an injury to her right arm, but the civilian was unhurt, OnScene TV reported. Michelle Iracheta, Houston Chronicle, "Harris County deputy injured after car T-bones civilian's Jeep at red light," 8 Aug. 2019 Cissell backed up and was unhurt, Laird, a 4-year veteran who arrived in the car behind him, was fatally when a round hit above his protective vest. Justin L. Mack, Indianapolis Star, "Remembering Jake Laird, the officer whose death inspired Indiana's 'red flag' law," 7 Aug. 2019

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First Known Use of unhurt

13th century, in the meaning defined above

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unhurt

adjective
How to pronounce unhurt (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of unhurt

: not hurt

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