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unharmed, unhurt, unscathed, wholeadjective
which has not suffered harm; which has not been injured or damaged
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Unhurt; not injured.
In strong proof of chastity well armed,
From love’s weak, childish bow she lives unharm’d. William Shakespeare.
Though great light be insufferable to our eyes; yet the highest degree of darkness does not disease them, for causing no disorderly motion, it leaves that curious organ unharmed. John Locke.
The Syrens once deluded, vainly charm’d;
Ty’d to the mast, Ulysses fail’d unharm’d. George Granville.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
un-härmd′, adj. not harmed.—adj. Unharm′ful, harmless.—adv. Unharm′fully.
The numerical value of unharmed in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of unharmed in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of unharmed in a Sentence
Border Patrol agents searched and located a sobbing toddler abandoned in the middle of the field, the child appeared to be healthy and unharmed.
I'm so thankful that God's hand protected me, my shoes were buried under the rubble, but I was unharmed for the most part, just a few bruises.
It was a lot of shots being fired. I think they were shooting at my husband and me and luckily enough my husband is concealed and carry and he was able to protect us, i am thankful that my husband and I are alive and physically unharmed.
I feel eternally grateful that were able to be completely unharmed, we all got very lucky.
One of the scammers claimed to be the victim and spoke to family members, saying they were drugged, threatened with physical assault, and taken to another state. Subsequent investigation revealed the missing woman was never abducted and was eventually found unharmed.
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