undoomed

undoomed

(ʌnˈduːmd)
adj
not doomed
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After recounting his successful exploits at sea and his slaying of nine sea monsters, Beowulf remarks, Wyrd oft nered // unfaegene eorl, /ponne his ellen deah "Fate often spares / an undoomed man when his courage avails" (572b-573).
He is not incidentally undoomed as a result of wyrd's saving him because of his bravery at that moment, nor is he unfaege simply because he is not faege.
Fate oft preserves The undoomed earl, if his strength holds out.
The Must Be often helps an undoomed man when he is brave.
exclaims Beowulf; yet 'Fate often preserves an undoomed earl, if his courage is good'.
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Unfit for Earth, Undoomed for Heaven': The Genesis of Coppola's Byronic Dracula.
Somehow, the pair of my father and his captain seems undoomed, perhaps because weightier in rank, perhaps because, although lieutenants are fair game, captains like sergeants are taboo, having a rougher cynicism to them, or any cynicism at all.
unfaegne eorl ponne his ellen deah (fate often spares the undoomed man when his courage is good enough, Beowulf, 572b-73).
So may an undoomed man easily endure misery and exile who keeps the favor of the Lord] (2291-93a).