undestroyed

undestroyed

(ˌʌndɪˈstrɔɪd)
adj
in perfect condition; not destroyed; not changed or changing
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He makes a clean sweep of all untidy accumulations, puts all his drawers in order, and leaves no note or scrap of paper undestroyed, save such memoranda as bear directly on his studies.
On the other hand, if all should go well (which may kind God Almighty grant!), then if by any chance this paper should be still undestroyed and should fall into your hands, I conjure you, by all you hold sacred, by the memory of your dear mother, and by the love which had been between us, to hurl it into the fire and to never give one thought to it again.
As a result, there are stockpiles of undestroyed goods that are congesting the only two depots it owns.
The paper seriously admonishes President Akufo-Addo to continue to be focused on his mission and vision of Ghana Beyond Aid, a Ghana without corruption, a Ghana with clean water bodies and undestroyed forests, a Ghana with industries and job opportunities, a Ghana with plenty food to feed her children, etc.
Establishing MPAs through ASEAN would similarly allow the sharing of marine resources, and protect the remaining undestroyed marine ecosystems fostering the SCS fisheries.
According to this myth, nothing false, corrupt, or artificial could remain undestroyed while in the Presence of the shamanic, magical Afro Horn [reputed to have originally been created by the ancient Kamites (Egyptians), lost to history, then discovered in the Black Diaspora [concept by Henry Dumas].
The multiple coatings are all intact and undestroyed, and no corrosion or any microcracks could be detected on all surfaces.
"Art in its most simple form, kilim and music are some of the few things from our past that is untouched and undestroyed. Covered with mud but it is still in there."
Dean Young's poem "Restoration Ode" also surprises, utilizes both formal perfection and informal image like the "undestroyed, knocked-down nest" in the second to last stanza.
If USDA guidelines specify 75 minutes for meat, shortcuts may result in undestroyed spores.
LeRoy Shaw: "A portion of German trench had been left undestroyed by the heavy artillery at the request of the commanding officer of the left assaulting battalion (the 87th), who hoped to put it to good use when captured.
Pesquera et al [17] suggests that this free silica generated by the initial destruction of the tetrahedral sheet is polymerized by the effect of such high acid concentrations and is deposited on the undestroyed silicate fractions, protecting it from further attack.