unscarred

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adjective un·scarred \ˌən-ˈskärd\

Definition of unscarred

  1. :  not scarred … into the next canyon—which turns out to be roadless, pathless, and surprisingly unscarred by human intrusion … — David Quammen … has survived every single onslaught he has ever faced, with his reputation unscarred. — Lawrence Weschler

1597

First Known Use of unscarred

1597


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