unscorched

unscorched

(ʌnˈskɔːtʃt)
adj
not scorched
References in classic literature ?
In unscorched fields horses and cattle still fed peacefully.
The image was found in the ashes preserved, unscorched and untouched by the flames.
Alone, unscorched by the blaze of the fires, along roads stiffened with blood and terror.
He also gets one of the film's best lines when he utters the command, "Take no prisoners, leave no stone unscorched.
A miraculously unscorched Tristan is washed ashore on the Irish coast, where he's found and nursed back to health by beautiful Isolde (Sophia Myles).
A late summer lightning storm brought several small brush fires, but all in all, Lane County escaped 2001 relatively unscorched.
Since then Garden's children's and young adults' books have remained unscorched, including last year's Holly's Secret, the story of a girl with lesbian moms who moves to another town and, hoping to avoid leasing from other kids, decides to pretend she has a "normal" family instead.
Under her nose appears an open cup containing lukewarm water with an unbranded teabag floating defiantly unscorched on its surface.
Savill believes the plan has survived its first year unscathed and unscorched.
Unscorched, Kirsten is set to begin shooting DreamWorks' ``Small Soldiers'' next month, with Joe Dante directing.