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- adj. Not wounded.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not wounded; not hurt; not injured by external violence.
- Not hurt; not offended: as, unwounded ears.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not wounded
He had the misfortune to escape unwounded from the fatal battle of Pavia, while endeavoring to save the remains of the routed army; and it has been alleged that, on his arrival at Lyon, where he found his wife and mother-in-law, he was received by them both with the most contumelious reproaches, and that, unable to endure his shame and remorse, he died a few days after.
The men with the axes dropped their tools and took to their heels into the forest -- those of them who were unwounded, that is to say -- while the greater part fell dead and dying into the ravine.
Roper Trevor Brazile, one of the few "unwounded" contestants, won the all-around title for the seventh time, tying Ty Murray's record.
A wage is negotiated, and the sitter is paid at the end of the job, provided the house is intact, and the kids are unwounded and asleep.
They say that he and his fellows even dared to crawl unwounded, amid the wounded, into the hospital cots under the Red Cross, and to draw blankets over themselves and the Mausers, and to crawl out occasionally to the roofs for another shot at our sailors.
Those killed started with three points; wounded got 1.5 points; unwounded survivors got 0.3 points.
And so on until the front of the zeriba was clear of unwounded men for at least half a mile.67
Not many came out unwounded, those who did all have souvenirs, helmets etc.
The Palestinians herded their unwounded captives through the apartment and bound them with their precut ropes.
The horse was breathing hard but unwounded save for a long, shallow scratch on its left shoulder.