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  • adj. Not damned.


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un- +‎ damned


  • How to sleep the good sleep of the undamned, on a rock in the sun, and not worry about the future.

    fear of snakes

  • Some of the others hunted rats and cats, but this was her choice, and the only way she knew to remain undamned in her own eyes.

    30 Days Of Night

  • It may be easier to love those wild flowing, undamned rivers, but the way you identify with this one, well, it runs very deep, very far. by jim

    Poetry Thursday-Rivers

  • Those who have historically been sympathetic to the Republican Party or conservatism, and who support Barack Obama -- Colin Powell, William Weld and Charles Fried, among others -- and whose arguments have not passed muster with some muster-passers, go undamned here.

    Obama and the Runaway Train

  • Perhaps not from your point of view, but as Lewis notes, it is the undamned who would find it horrific, not the damned.

    Do all Embryos go to Heaven?

  • Falling stones had to be undamned -- though still with a reservation that held out for exclusion of outside forces.

    The Book of the Damned

  • If that's an honor surely 'tis a greater To have been a simple and undamned spectator.

    INTERNET WIRETAP: The Devil's Dictionary, by Ambrose Bierce (1993 Edition)

  • Unsurprisingly, then, Birmingham began with a smile on their faces, sweeping forwards with the abandon of the undamned.

    Top stories from Times Online

  • We've seen the prevalence of DRM-free music skyrocket over the last twelve months, with vendors like iTunes, Amazon, and Napster all joining the legions of the undamned.

    iPod Product Center


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