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  • adj. Alternative spelling of untraumatized.

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Examples

  • And as someone who has been through traumatic treatment, and whose illness gives her nightmares anyway even when untraumatised - I wish you angels to shelter your sleep when it must be difficult knowing what is worse - awake or asleep.

    3:35 minutes: openly, I burn, what do you do?

  • I said I felt it was important to get witness statements out at the time as I was there and felt relatively untraumatised so I'd rather they spoke to me than shoved their mikes and cameras in the faces of those who were shell-shocked or more injured.

    Pounding with anger and adrenalin, then feeling falling-over-tired

  • "To expect them now to be clear and unambiguous and untraumatised, quite frankly is just asking too much."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Next Saturday, I'm off to finish the Christmas shopping and it's unlikely that me, Visa or Mastercard will emerge untraumatised.

    The Daily Record - Home

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