Definitions

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  • adj. Not doomed; unfated, uncondemned.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ doomed

Examples

  • So may the undoomed easily flee evils and exile, if only he gain the grace of The Wielder! —

    Beowulf, translated by Francis Gummere

  • "The Must Be often helps an undoomed man when he is brave" was the precept on which he ruled his life, and he never failed the King whose chief champion and warrior he was.

    A Book of Myths

  • Were he an undoomed man his creed and his cause would forbid him to philander; being a doomed man, it could not consort with his honor to act differently.

    The Lady of Loyalty House A Novel

  • For Wyrd oft saveth earl undoomed if he doughty be!

    Beowulf

  • So may the undoomed easily flee evils and exile, if only he gain the grace of The Wielder!

    Beowulf

  • So long as these men lived, uncondemned, undoomed, the order was not extinct.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 07

  • For the House of the War-wise Wolfings and the Folk undoomed to die.

    The House of the Wolfings

  • Disgraced are the mothers that bore them -- and "happy in my mind," wives and widows, "were ye that died," undoomed to hear the tidings of this wretched overthrow!

    Recreations of Christopher North, Volume 2

  • Fate aye, O my lord, shall come to pass * While safe thou art from th 'undoomed by Fate. "

    Arabian nights. English

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