from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not impaired
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not impaired, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not damaged or diminished in any respect
Sorry, no etymologies found.
There seems to have been even less reason for departing from ancient usage in the present instance, since Joanna had a son, to whom the cortes might lawfully have tendered its oath of recognition; for a female, although excluded from the throne in her own person, was regarded as competent to transmit the title unimpaired to her male heirs.
The freedom to risk capital should remain unimpaired to the extent that this is possible in our modern society.
a time, though nourished with the same food which increased their growth from infancy, and afterwards supported them for many years in unimpaired health and strength, must be sought for from the laws of animal excitability, which, though at first increased, is afterwards diminished by frequent repetitions of its adapted stimulus, and at length ceases to obey it.
Because I want to remain unimpaired, I’ve eliminated wines of 14% and above from my weekday drinking.
This would enable local Democrats to continue their anti-Sinclair activities "unimpaired" right through Election Day.
• Classes that receive a 100% recovery are called "unimpaired" and are automatically deemed to accept the plan
… I do believe that especially in the day and age we live in, the nature of the threats we face… the president of the United States needs to have his constitutional powers unimpaired, if you will, in terms of the conduct of national security policy.
The obligations of the State, as a member of the Union, and of every citizen of the State, as a citizen of the United States, remained perfect and unimpaired.
"Nevertheless, the next stage of the euro-zone debt crisis will put the almost unimpaired exercise capacity of the German economy to the test."
But none of that changes the fierce and solid public support for an unimpaired Social Security program for current retirees, near-term retirees and all future retirees -- the major victims of possible benefit reductions.