Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not wrecked; not ruined; not destroyed. Drayton, Upon Lady Aston's Departure for Spain.

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Examples

  • At least hers came out unwrecked it just said Merry Christmas or something boring like that.

    Seasoning's Greetings

  • I'd be interested in a future post that outlined what people could expect to pay for various wrecked and unwrecked cakes.

    Every Breath You Take...

  • Takes a while to load, but it's so worth it. unwrecked, you really need to see it.

    twelve-month meme

  • They are the hope of whatever future the Bush administration manages to leave unwrecked.

    Teen Engines: Riding with the Kid Culture

  • They'd bend it wholly to their ends, bring their engineers in by the horde, ransack, peer, gut, build over, leave nothing unwrecked except a few museum scraps.

    A Knight of Ghosts and Shadows

  • They passed around the wreckage, following the line of unwrecked planes until their way led to a building.

    Daybreak 2250 AD

  • Nor is it often tough-fibred enough to weather the stress of the first years of married life; and come through the equinoctials of the inevitable adjustment unshattered and unwrecked.

    The Genius

  • And how we were sent to this very quiet and unwrecked place?

    Letters to Helen Impressions of an Artist on the Western Front

  • The great causeway was a mass of ruins, but the sea-wall, the two-million dollar sea-wall, stood with its front to the ocean, grimly defiant still, the conqueror against the rage of the tempest, and an unwrecked

    The Boy with the U. S. Weather Men

  • And presently that hat overflowed with money, while Lee, with his Ontario stalwarts, did huge execution with a shovel among such bottles as remained unwrecked behind the bar.

    Lorimer of the Northwest

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