unscathed


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un·scathed

 (ŭn-skāthd′)
adj.
Not injured or harmed: escaped the hurricane unscathed.
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unscathed

(ʌnˈskeɪðd)
adj
not harmed or injured
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un•scathed

(ʌnˈskeɪðd)

adj.
not scathed; unharmed.
[1325–75]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unscathed - not injured
uninjured - not injured physically or mentally
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unscathed

adjective unharmed, unhurt, uninjured, whole, sound, safe, untouched, unmarked, in one piece, unscarred, unscratched He emerged unscathed apart from a severely bruised finger.
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unscathed

adjective
Free from danger, injury, or the threat of harm:
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Translations

unscathed

[ˈʌnˈskeɪðd] ADJileso
to escape/get out unscathedsalir ileso
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unscathed

[ʌnˈskeɪðd] adj [person, place] → indemne
to emerge unscathed [person, place] → sortir indemne
to be left unscathed → sortir indemne
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unscathed

adj (lit)unverletzt, unversehrt; (by war etc) → unverwundet; (fig)unbeschadet; relationshipheil; to leave somebody/something unscathedjdn/etw ungeschoren lassen; to survive unscathedunbeschadet or unversehrt überleben; to emerge or escape unscathed (lit)ohne einen Kratzer davonkommen; (fig)mit heiler Haut davonkommen, ungeschoren davonkommen
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unscathed

[ʌnˈskeɪðd] adjsenza un graffio, incolume (fig) → indenne
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References in classic literature ?
Satisfying herself that I had come off unscathed she smiled quietly, and, taking my hand, started toward the door of the chamber.
He had had the German spy, Bertha Kircher, in his power and had left her unscathed. It is true that he had slain Hauptmann Fritz Schneider, that Underlieutenant von Goss had died at his hands, and that he had otherwise wreaked vengeance upon the men of the German company who had murdered, pillaged, and raped at Tarzan's bungalow in the Waziri country.
Had the porcupine been entirely unrolled, or had it not discovered its enemy a fraction of a second before the blow was struck, the paw would have escaped unscathed; but a side-flick of the tail sank sharp quills into it as it was withdrawn.
As I looked at his sensitive young face, unmarred by pleasure and unscathed by sorrow, bathed daily, I surmised, in the may-dew of high philosophies--ah, so high!
Tom, with the butt of his rifle, gave it a gentle shove, whereupon the creature scurried off through the brush as though glad to make its escape unscathed.
OEDIPUS Think'st thou for aye unscathed to wag thy tongue?
Paphian eyes rayed upon me, and left me unscathed. Diners, heimgangers, shop-girls, confidence men, panhandlers, actors, highwaymen, millionaires and outlanders hurried, skipped, strolled, sneaked, swaggered and scurried by me; but I took no note of them.
The lieu- tenant, also, was unscathed in his position at the rear.
Long flourish the sandal, the cord, and the cope, The dread of the devil and trust of the Pope; For to gather life's roses, unscathed by the briar, Is granted alone to the Barefooted Friar.
There were times, too, when faced by a mighty cave bear, a saber-toothed tiger, or huge felis spelaea, black-maned and terrible, even my powerful rifle seemed pitifully inadequate--but fortune favored me so that I passed unscathed through adventures that even the recollection of causes the short hairs to bristle at the nape of my neck.
The distance from the bottom of the funnel to the floor of the chamber beneath it could not have been great, for all three of the victims of Tario's wrath alighted unscathed.
If I was never to rank in her eyes as anything but a nonentity, it would not greatly matter if I figured as a draggle-tailed cockerel, and the Baron were to give me a good thrashing; but, the fact was that I desired to have the laugh of them all, and to come out myself unscathed. Let people see what they WOULD see.