Indamaged

In`dam´aged


a.1.Not damaged.
References in classic literature ?
The trial hath indamaged thee no way, Rather more honour left and more esteem; Me naught advantaged, missing what I aimed.
Timberelements to be repaired include stringers; bracing; pile wrappings; installing new section indamaged timber pile; and opening deck and sistering joists and other repairs.
Connecticut, 1776 Constitutional Ordinance which contained a Declaration of Rights, Article 2: "No man's goods or estate shall be taken away from him, nor any ways indamaged under the colour of law, or countenance of authority; unless clearly warranted by the laws of this state.