unscarred

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.
"Recent terrorist attacks around the world have driven home the terrible truth that no society, no country remains unscathed or unscarred", he asserted.
But Idris, a man not without ego, emerged from Love Island unscathed and unscarred.
It is not as if Ross has anyone unscarred to turn to.
This review will cover the most common causes of hair loss occurring on normal unscarred scalp skin.
And although she is the one who faces the hiring squad, behind the scenes her family pulls a whole lot of strings to ensure that she is left relatively unscarred by the whole process.
Unscarred and unharmed by the ugly realities of the worlds evils, if we were to take a step back and rid ourselves of judgment, we would become more open minded individuals.
Unscarred, Palmeiras hit back from that disappointment by narrowly edging ten-man Santos 3-2 and drawing 1-1 at Atletico Mineiro.
T'Challa's body, healed miraculously each time it is injured through the power of the heart-shaped herb and vibranium-science, remains unscarred by the moral weight of his actions.
The rate of uterine rupture is known to increase in patients with a history of uterine surgery, such as cesarean section and abdominal or laparoscopic myomectomy, but it can also occur in women with a native, unscarred uterus.
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.
Eger is not suggesting that she is unscarred by her experience, but that she lives a life filled with grace.