unscarred


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unscarred

(ʌnˈskɑːd)
adj
not scarred
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unscarred

adj (fig)nicht gezeichnet
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Even Captain Anthony had to take some notice of it, as if it refreshed him to see something untouched, unscarred, unhardened by suffering.
But so wearyingly demoralising is the battle Cattermole and Co have been through that the young, fresh, naive and unscarred are arguably better placed to lead.
He has picked himself up after the humiliation of 15 years ago, and will very likely run the next government, unscarred by his embrace of bullshit.
Eger is not suggesting that she is unscarred by her experience, but that she lives a life filled with grace.
It has to take a president unschooled in refined hypocrisy and unscarred in corruption to lay the foundation for its dismantling to save a generation from addiction and cleanse the country from its lethal consequences,' he added.
They first harvested and cultured keratinocytes from biopsies of the patients' unwounded, unscarred skin and transduced these samples with COL7A1-containing retrovirus, producing eight gene-corrected grafts for each patient.
1 Although cases reported in the literature have described this event in unscarred and primigravid uterus;2 there have been strong associations with abnormal placentation,3 previous uterine instrumentation4 and congenital abnormality of the uterus.
Theresa May, Britain's new prime minister, is a pragmatist who has emerged from the chaos of the Brexit referendum unscarred, portraying herself as the one who will lead the country out of the EU.
Leaf" is complete, Unscarred by insect Or wind-tossed twig,
The Great Redeemer's run of victories in the late 1990s fed into the feel-good factor of the Cool Cymru phenomenon, while the Grand Slams and championships of the Noughties and beyond gave confi-dence to a younger generation unscarred by past failures on the field of play.
Eleven weeks on from his darkest day, Saints made it clear they consider Burrell to be unscarred by the trauma.