undamaged


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un·dam·aged

 (ŭn-dăm′ĭjd)
adj.
Not damaged, injured, or harmed: an undamaged nuclear reactor; undamaged feelings.

undamaged

(ʌnˈdæmɪdʒd)
adj
not damaged: the crops are undamaged.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.undamaged - not harmed or spoiledundamaged - not harmed or spoiled; sound  
unblemished, unmarred, unmutilated - free from physical or moral spots or stains; "an unblemished record"; "an unblemished complexion"
unbroken - not broken; whole and intact; in one piece; "fortunately the other lens is unbroken"
unimpaired - not damaged or diminished in any respect; "his speech remained unimpaired"
uninjured - not injured physically or mentally
damaged - harmed or injured or spoiled; "I won't buy damaged goods"; "the storm left a wake of badly damaged buildings"

undamaged

adjective
Translations

undamaged

[ʌnˈdæmɪdʒd] ADJ (gen) → en buen estado; (= intact) → intacto

undamaged

[ˌʌnˈdæmɪdʒd] adj
[goods, vehicle, building, plant] → non endommagé(e)
[reputation] → intact(e)

undamaged

adjunbeschädigt; (fig) reputationmakellos; to be undamaged by somethingvon etw nicht beschädigt worden sein

undamaged

[ʌnˈdæmɪdʒd] adj (goods) → in buono stato (fig) (reputation) → intatto/a
References in classic literature ?
Philip was impatient and could never rest till he had put in action the plan which he had in mind; so on the following afternoon he got in a dealer in second-hand furniture who offered him three pounds for all his goods damaged and undamaged; and two days later he moved into the house opposite the hospital in which he had had rooms when first he became a medical student.
From this last trouble the Broxton and Hayslope farmers, on their pleasant uplands and in their brook-watered valleys, had not suffered, and as I cannot pretend that they were such exceptional farmers as to love the general good better than their own, you will infer that they were not in very low spirits about the rapid rise in the price of bread, so long as there was hope of gathering in their own corn undamaged; and occasional days of sunshine and drying winds flattered this hope.
No doubt, with a highly organised and undamaged Government and a homogeneous and well-disciplined people that would have sufficed to keep the peace.
'Cut and shut' refers to the illegal practice of taking two cars damaged in crashes and welding the undamaged front of one to the undamaged rear of another.
The undamaged after section was cut away and floated onto a 100,000 dwt semi-submersible heavy lift ship called Xin Guang Hua.
Plant owner Lyle Harris says two-thirds of the company's facilities in Pontotoc were destroyed, but he adds the company is converting an undamaged warehouse with the goal of restarting production within three weeks.
In the end, the strength of the repaired damaged girders was slightly more than the strength of the undamaged girders."
The pictures, taken from the Wheel of Liverpool, show 15 cars seemingly undamaged by the devastating blaze.
Normally transmissibility based damage detection procedures try to seek damage sensitive indicators that directly serve as measures to separate the structural patterns into damaged and undamaged ones.
A PICTURE taken almost 100 years ago shows streets long demolished and Coventry Cathedral still undamaged by bombing.
Giving heart attack patients a high daily dose of omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil for six months after a heart attack improved the function of the heart and reduced scarring by 5.6 percent in the undamaged muscle, according to a new study (Circulation, Aug.