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- adj. Not hurt; unharmed or unscathed
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not hurt, not harmed, free from injury.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. free from danger or injury
- adj. not injured
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The personal accounts that I have read indicate that a taxi robbery, even if you are unhurt, is a very traumatic experience.
One man must remain unhurt to protect the wounded.
He looked like a young hero just returned unhurt from the field to recount its triumphs.
That unhurt from the duns is secure from the stroke.
a taxi robbery, even if you are unhurt, is a very traumatic experience.
The rule used to be that the passengers were unhurt, which is why the hijackers usually got what they wanted.
She says to me, ‘The skin’s all cut but the stomach and bowel look to be unhurt, which is why you didn’t die.
I was left on the field, the only "unhurt" Confederate in sight.
I looked at my comrade with surprise, and I think he felt rather ashamed of his ungenerous speech, as he continued: "however, he is unhurt, which is the main thing.
Each flung a spear, but I bent my body, and the spears whistled over me, and I was unhurt.