unscathed

[uhn-skeythd]
adjective
not scathed; unharmed; uninjured: She survived the accident unscathed.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English; see un-1, scathed


unhurt, unscratched, untouched, safe, whole.
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unscathed (ʌnˈskeɪðd)
 
adj
not harmed or injured

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unscathed
late 14c., from un- (1) "not" + pp. of scathe. Mainly in Scottish before 19c. Cf. O.N. ostaðaðr, Swedish oskadad.
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Example sentences
Few history departments went unscathed when it came to hiring in this year's
  sluggish economy.
If no official wrongdoing is revealed, the administration could emerge
  unscathed.
The ants attacked the exposed cedar trees, but the protected trees went
  unscathed.
Of these, only the muons have enough penetrating power to reach the ground
  unscathed.
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