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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of scathe.

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Examples

  • The MS. has "scathed;" also "rugged arms athwart the sky" in 229, and "twinkling" for glistening in 231.

    The Lady of the Lake

  • The airline industry learned it too; during the fuel crisis, Southwest Airlines was least scathed, because they had sensed future oil issues, responded with a hedge strategy, and adapted to the new world more successfully as a result.

    Sense, respond, adapt

  • New building codes, a new skyline, downtown growth, and whatever we can throw into the 'upside' basket are for the mildly scathed or unscathed.

    Sharon Premoli: Ten Years

  • Whether the peg is adjusted slowly or abruptly in an emergency the Chinese will emerge the least scathed from any such event peg or not, all roads point to YUAN appreciation.

    Matthew Yglesias » Money for Nothing and Yuan Appreciation for Free

  • New building codes, a new skyline, downtown growth, and whatever we can throw into the 'upside' basket are for the mildly scathed or unscathed.

    Sharon Premoli: Ten Years

  • Whether the peg is adjusted slowly or abruptly in an emergency the Chinese will emerge the least scathed from any such event peg or not, all roads point to YUAN appreciation.

    Matthew Yglesias » Money for Nothing and Yuan Appreciation for Free

  • New building codes, a new skyline, downtown growth, and whatever we can throw into the 'upside' basket are for the mildly scathed or unscathed.

    Sharon Premoli: Ten Years

  • The airline industry learned it too; during the fuel crisis, Southwest Airlines was least scathed, because they had sensed future oil issues, responded with a hedge strategy, and adapted to the new world more successfully as a result.

    Sense, respond, adapt

  • New building codes, a new skyline, downtown growth, and whatever we can throw into the 'upside' basket are for the mildly scathed or unscathed.

    Sharon Premoli: Ten Years

  • New building codes, a new skyline, downtown growth, and whatever we can throw into the 'upside' basket are for the mildly scathed or unscathed.

    Sharon Premoli: Ten Years

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