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unthreatened

(ʌnˈθrɛtənd)
adj
not threatened; free from threats or danger
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He was given medical care, and his life is unthreatened.
"It's fantastic." That all happened 16 minutes before the peloton crossed the line, having enjoyed a relatively sedate ride with the general classification contenders unthreatened and the sprint teams keeping their powder dry for today's stage 10 to Albi.
That all happened some 16 minutes before the peloton crossed the line, having enjoyed a relatively sedate ride with the general classification contenders unthreatened and the sprint teams keeping their powder dry for Monday's stage 10 to Albi.
The CPO directed the Murree SHO to develop such a strategy for the security of the area where local and non-local tourists could enjoy their vacation without feeling unsecured and unthreatened.
"We will act on all information to identify this man and put him before the courts, to ensure that those who live and work in Kirkdale are about to go about their daily lives unthreatened by violence or verbal abuse."
There were no houses on the site when it was first built, and the mill remained unthreatened by suburban expansion for more than a century until the 1920s.
A classy player, looked dominant as he strolled around unthreatened
"When AP McCoy retired we thought he'd set a total that would remain unthreatened for many years to come but, at his current rate, Richard Johnson could be within reach in the next four or five seasons," said Coral's David Stevens.
Dazzling Everton were thrilling going forward Alan Smith, The Times The Norwegian looked on in disgust as his spineless players were outfought and out-thought in every department, embarrassed by an Everton side who were thrilling going forward and unthreatened defensively.
" You are certain to remain safe and unthreatened, as in the sandbox in the playgrounds of our childhood.
Lahren seemed unthreatened, telling Cardi B that her rambling was moronic.
Today, space is an international domain with more than 60 nations using it in a peaceful, unthreatened fashion.