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  • adj. Not traumatized.


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un- +‎ traumatized


  • Frieze may be exhausting, but it is possible to emerge untraumatized.

    Overloading at Frieze

  • My father was singularly untraumatized by his war experience, or he got over it very quickly.

    Needle to the Neck

  • Either way, I suspect the 50 or 60 of us who stuck it out, like survivors of some massive accident, will be invisibly bonded in forever hereafter experiencing reality through a slightly different, somehow more knowing prism than the untraumatized loved ones to whom we return. digg

    Chris Willman: Bound for Hell, Or Glory? David Carradine and the Feistiest Film Panel Ever

  • Hector was so direct, so bright, so untraumatized.

    When Animals Speak

  • Kiran, looking decidedly untraumatized, walked over, grabbed her towel, and dropped down at my other side.


  • All of them, even Happy Day, seemed untraumatized.

    Question of the Day

  • I told him that we catch them in humane traps and release them far from here in a field where they will no doubt live long and fulfilling lives, untraumatized by their time in the plastic trap.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • Guzman's movie got me thinking about the historical traumas whose ripples still touch my own untraumatized life in Southern California - American slavery, the Armenian genocide, the Holocaust, the Vietnam War, the repression in Central America.

    NPR Topics: News

  • If you prefer your dance to be dancey and untraumatized, the

    NYT > Home Page

  • From: Facebook hacker looks through Paris Hilton's private pics, miraculously escapes untraumatized

    Tech Digest


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