- adj. not destroyed
- un- + destroyed (Wiktionary)
“If the Germans had insufficient labor resources to increase production in undestroyed factories, where were they going to get the labor resources to rebuild destroyed factories?”
“Then the technologies would make the mission possible, while dumb-bombs would be unused and the target undestroyed.”
“After awhile, however, Khrest reported that they had reached the end of the undestroyed fuselage.”
“Somewhere in the undestroyed brain cell area of my mind, it must have been there, but I couldn't express it.”
“I doubt the "revelation" that Starbuck was some kind of angel, heaven-sent to guide Galactica (containing both humans and Cylons and Hera, who's both) back to Earth (a completely undestroyed earth from the early-man days) is going to make many people happy.”
“To your left you pass Cho Oyu, Mount Everest, and Makalu, each summit spiking in a web of frosted snow and giving way to yet more distant summits, the shining whiteness becoming a filigree of ice trails as your eyes fall to the lower ridges and then to stepped fields and trees—the last great undestroyed forests of the Himalayas.”
“Two, it does not work because tanks and guns destroy cities and people that we need to keep whole and undestroyed.”
“I just have to keep at it until I find a person that remembers that post is something people might WANT to get and want to get undestroyed and then see how we can do that best.”
“Lifted then to the utmost pitch of joy that human life can bear, undestroyed by excess, I touched that sweetly critical point ....”
“Meanwhile, stockpiles of conventional weapons were left undestroyed for fear of exposing troops to potential toxic chemical or biological weapons that might have been mixed in with ordinary ammo.”
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