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- adj. which has not suffered harm; which has not been injured or damaged
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not harmed or injured.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not injured
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I carried mostly OO buck in it, and had to watch more then a few deer walk away unharmed from the limited range.
BBVA, Spain's second-largest by assets behind Santander, has emerged relatively unharmed from the crisis, and has often signaled that it wants to grow via deals.
Phillips, unharmed, is taken to the USS Boxer off the coast of Somalia.
The U.S. ambassador to Iraq escaped unharmed from a roadside bomb that targeted his convoy in a southern province, the U.S.
By the approval of the Association of Colored (and furry) Little-people Union (ACLU), we would like to remind you of the senates passage of the "Minimum intelligence Act" defending that "any creature under three feet, warranting evolutionary potential of eventual cognition" should be, at all costs, "be allowed to remain unharmed, unhindered, and at liberty to reproduce."
Second in command aboard the Maersk Alabama, Shane Murphy, spoke with his father Saturday after he and 19 other crew members were released safe and unharmed from the Somali pirates.
Suffice it to say that our way-too-lucky heroes remain unharmed.
Say that they declare that if she is pleased to come and speak the word, I shall be set free unharmed, that is, if she comes at once.
Truly, we tried hard to capture him, but all in vain, for no one can bear the brunt of his sword unharmed; his onset is terrible, and it is death to encounter him.
The Prince and Duchess Camilla Parker-Bowles were "unharmed" and continued with their engagement at the London Palladium, a Clarence House spokesman said.