unbreached

unbreached

(ʌnˈbriːtʃt)
adj
(Fortifications) that has not been breached
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Greg Fleming's goal, though, remained unbreached and the Blue Toon goalkeeper was content with the side's work for the day.
"What is most heartening to hear, is that because of your efforts, the boundary line, remained unbreached by the fire.
The Americans entered the elimination rounds of the tournament unchallenged, unbreached and unbeaten.
While the very heart of me that chamber that stores my conscience and conviction, love and dreams, memory and self-respect remains unbreached, I will fight.
Kamil Leszczynski rounded the Glenburn keeper to make it 2-0 not long after and with a wonder save from keeper Owen McCallum before half-time, the Vale goal remained unbreached come the referee's half-time whistle.
Recent cases of transmission between patients despite rigorous unbreached standard precautions in a Victorian dialysis unit indicates the highly infectious hepatitis B virus particle (Victoria Renal Network, 2017).
Just before the hour, the home side's Ruben Lameiras drew another save from Gillespie, while Matthews failed to hold on to an Ismail shot but his defence cleared the danger as both goals remained unbreached.
Because of his unbreached devotion to the good, no matter the opposition, a hero attains spiritual grandeur even if he fails to achieve practical victory.
It speaks volumes for their ability they remained unbreached domestically during his absence.
In the end, Birmingham's goal remained unbreached and Newcastle were forced to settle for a point.