from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not damaged, injured, or harmed: an undamaged nuclear reactor; undamaged feelings.
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- adj. not damaged, harmed or injured
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not harmed or spoiled; sound
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A sunscreen that will leave both male and female skin undamaged is the very French La Roche-Posay Anthelios XL Lait, SPF 50.
The appointment yesterday as Trade Minister of Mervyn Davies, one of the few senior bankers to emerge undamaged from the latest crisis, highlights how Gordon Brown has changed the balance of ministers and their relations with Parliament.
We just can’t guarantee that copies shipped internationally will arrive in undamaged condition.
Her vehicle was found undamaged, which is not usually the case with stolen cars.
Each structure was classified as undamaged, damaged or destroyed.
Gwenlyn wasn't naive; she knew exactly what that "undamaged" meant.
You heard their leader: "undamaged" goods are worth more.
It was angry, it was raw, but it looked somehow complete next to her undamaged leg, as if the leg that had been spared was overbuilt and in need of modification, as if it was merely waiting until it, too, could be amended, foreshortened.
Amis can keep his self-fulfilling exile of the mind -- and we'll hope his brain remains undamaged.
The promise held out to those on the official organ waiting list is the 'gift' of a 'fresh', healthy, undamaged organ.