unscratched

unscratched

(ʌnˈskrætʃt)
adj
quite unharmed
Translations

unscratched

adjnicht zerkratzt; recordohne Kratzer; (= unhurt)heil, ungeschoren
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You must make up your mind to remain UNscratched, I think." There is an amused smile on the ironmaster's face as he watches his brother, who is pondering, deeply disappointed.
The two had returned to the village unscratched, while but a single one of Hooja's half-dozen had escaped to report the outcome of the battle to their leader.
He emerged from the entire ordeal, literarily unscratched, stronger and more influential than ever.
Note that during this procedure, instead of glass containers, plastic containers with smooth, unscratched surfaces were used because apatite nucleation can be induced on the surfaces of glass containers or the edges of scratches.
Flat unscratched samples of size 14 cm X 14 cm were used to obtain the spectra.
Smear preparation (4): New unscratched slides were used for smear preparation.
But so long as ankles aren't broken, legs are unscratched, we're good."
These must also be unscratched and some knowledge is required to find the treasures.
The loss of Samu Manoa's ball carrying is hindering them badly, and that particular itch will remain unscratched until Louis Picamoles dons the green, black and gold for the first time in September.
It would be indeed ironic if all 33 miners escaped unscratched after 69 days, only to have the film crew injured within minutes of the first day on set.