He then addressed them in these words: "My sons, if you are of one mind, and unite to assist each other, you will be as this faggot, uninjured
by all the attempts of your enemies; but if you are divided among yourselves, you will be broken as easily as these sticks.
He squirmed and struggled, dabbing at the air with the injured as well as the uninjured
forepaw and increasing his pain.
That bravely and uninjured
takes the jam which would have snapped all their oaken handspikes and iron crowbars.
Under the skillful generalship of the Circles almost every Woman's charge was fatal and very many extracted their sting uninjured
, ready for a second slaughter.
The moment that the last of the fliers came to rest at the base of the shaft the black-bearded, yellow warriors swarmed over the mass of wreckage upon which they lay, making prisoners of those who were uninjured
and occasionally despatching with a sword-thrust one of the wounded who seemed prone to resent their taunts and insults.
Then, examining the bulb which he held in the hollow of his hand, he said: "Well, here is one of them uninjured
Tarzan, happily, was uninjured
by the fall, alighting catlike upon all fours far outspread to take up the shock.
The rabbit, terrified but uninjured
, cowered beneath him.
To my relief, the mechanism responded--the launch was uninjured
Imagining no time more proper to make the proposal I was sent with than while his passion was still hot against the monks, I presented him with two ounces of gold and two plates of silver, with some other things of small value, and was so successful that he gratified me in all my requests, and gave us leave to return to Adicora, where we were so fortunate to find our huts yet uninjured
The lines seemed pearls to me and his voice sweet as syrup; and afterwards, I may say ever since then, looking at the misfortune into which I have fallen, I have thought that poets, as Plato advised, ought to he banished from all well-ordered States; at least the amatory ones, for they write verses, not like those of 'The Marquis of Mantua,' that delight and draw tears from the women and children, but sharp-pointed conceits that pierce the heart like soft thorns, and like the lightning strike it, leaving the raiment uninjured
So far as I could see by the flashes, the houses about me were mostly uninjured