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- n. One or many people or objects that have not suffered injury.
- adj. Of or pertaining to lack of injury.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not injured; not hurt; having suffered no harm.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not injured physically or mentally
But the injury happened to parts of me; other parts of me, of my spirit, of my being remain uninjured, unharmed and intact.
May they all head home again - uninjured - at 0700hrs tomorrow. on December 31, 2008 at 7: 48 pm | Reply rex imperator
PETE was uninjured from the fall overboard with the Dazzler's mast, but the sea-anchor which had gone with him had not escaped so easily.
French Pete was uninjured from the fall overboard with the Dazzler's mast; but the sea-anchor, which had gone with him, had not escaped so easily.
It is a fruitless attempt to blend the one with the other, hoping yet to remain uninjured by the amalgamation.
"The crash happened very quickly, but I am happy to be uninjured, which is more than I can say for the car and my bike," Lodwick said in a statement.
"Of people currently classified as uninjured, a conservative estimate says about 45 percent of them would be able to get health insurance right now if they wanted it," says economist Glen Whitman.
Ironically, their control group was in the ER-- the test subjects were inadvertently all those "uninjured" souls who had been triaged to the waiting room.
Hey Lg, saw your comment yesterday a little late …. nice to see someone appreciates my solo run all Cesc like though …. lool …. anyhoo I think Wenger has been asked about Saha and while he rates a 'uninjured' alongside the Torres of the world but has enough injured stikers at the Arsenal gave the same reason for not being interested in Charlton Cole.
The eventual explosion left me uninjured but with the exact sentiments that George Fath expressed.
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