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  • adj. Not corroded.


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  • You put the other fellows under the table, or into the hospital or the grave, and went your gorgeous way, a song on your lips, with tissues uncorroded, and without even the morning-after headache.


  • As an assistant diving instuctor in the 80's, we took trainee's to the North shore of Lake Superior, which had been a firing range for anti-aircraft guns, during WWII. one old shell, with only the head, and centre pipe uncorroded, laid on the bottom, on our entrance path. "new divers" were always trying to pick it up, inspite of warnings from myself & the dive master.

    Commercial Fisherman Lands Live Missile

  • The uncorroded metal, which had held a stronger charge, gleamed by comparison.

    CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Shock Treatment

  • For we offer, besides ourselves, a position that has not grown old under the weight of a gigantic, parasitic bureaucracy, a position untempered by the doctoral dissertations of a generation of Ph.D. s in social architecture, unattenuated by a thousand vulgar promises to a thousand different pressure groups, uncorroded by a cynical contempt for human freedom.

    Buckley Athwart History

  • Each of the blades looked uncorroded, as if it had been freshly forged, but the metal was pitted and rough from imperfections of casting.

    Flint the King

  • Its surface was uncorroded and at one end were arabic numerals-a part number.

    Enemy Mine

  • I am profoundly convinced that Canada's theatre has a future, because I see how the people take to it, with their minds, thank God, uncorroded by over-sophistication, with their spirit of mentally well-built children.

    The Theatre in Europe and the Americas

  • Rooms there were, and halls, waiting to echo back some voice uncoarsened by the clang of time and uncorroded by the salt of tears.

    St. Cuthbert's

  • Let every thing remain in this state for three hours; then remove the mixture, and clean the glass, by washing it with oil of turpentine; the figures which were traced through the wax will be found engraven on the glass, while the parts which the wax covered will be uncorroded.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 10, No. 284, November 24, 1827

  • The composer of a symphony can invent a perpetual uncorroded beauty; the sculptor an immortality of irrefutably persuasive form.

    Human Traits and their Social Significance


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