Examples of unscathed in a Sentence
She escaped from the wreckage unscathed.
The administration was left relatively unscathed by the scandal.
Recent Examples of unscathed from the Web
How to be the best at canceling plans Ultimately, the goal is to walk away completely unscathed, and that means avoiding both guilt and FOMO — and that means staying off social media.
What are the chances Aurora Christian can fly through the rest of the regular season unscathed?
Jenner—who was unscathed—was a good sport about her tumble.
Escaping the trial unscathed could help Uber Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi move his company beyond its stormy past into a new era of accountability.
The music industry, until now, has been mostly unscathed, but awareness of its gender imbalance has grown.
Yet despite the highly public nature of the case, Mueller has escaped relatively unscathed.
Justin, however, remained relatively unscathed, Newsweek reported.
Medicare, by contrast, has emerged from Trump’s first year in office unscathed — and, according to reports, Republicans lack the stomach to take a run at it next year.
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Can you be scathed instead of unscathed?
We often hear of a person coming through some difficult circumstance, or dangerous endeavor, and “emerging unscathed,” yet we rarely hear of anyone “emerging scathed.” Why is this? Scathe is a word: it may function as a noun (“harm, injury”) or as a verb (“to do harm to,” “to assail with withering denunciation”). It is not as commonly found as it once was, and now primarily serves as the basis for the adjective scathing (“bitterly severe”) or for the latter portion of unscathed. So you can say that someone “emerged scathed” if you wish, but be advised that it will have a curiously archaic sound to it.
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