Nowadays, trendier issues have moved to the fore, but the scar remains, unhealed.
Three years after a short war between Russia and Georgia for control of the region, South Ossetia reveals its unhealed scars.
A dangerous hour, a perilous situation for the yet unhealed heart of Lionel Verner.
The wounds inflicted by jade Fortune in these regards are yet unhealed.
She broke her vows and married another, and Heine carried through life an unhealed spiritual wound.
It was not until then that she guessed at the depth of his wound, and knew that it was unhealed.
In a weak and half-starved condition, his wounds yet unhealed, he fell a victim to small-pox.
He had struck the wound, yet unhealed, referred to in the telegram.
Lane hoped he had long passed by bitterness, but yet something rankled in the unhealed wound of his heart.
He was often wounded, but never missed an engagement, even when his hurts were unhealed.
v. healed, heal·ing, heals
To restore to health or soundness; cure.
To become well; return to sound health.