[ UK /ʌnhˈɑːmd/ ]
[ US /ənˈhɑɹmd/ ]
  1. not injured or harmed
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How To Use unharmed In A Sentence

  • The passengers were badly shocked but unharmed.
  • But the uproar passed away in twenty minutes, leaving us all unharmed; excepting Cathy, who got thoroughly drenched for her obstinacy in refusing to take shelter, and standing bonnetless and shawlless to catch as much water as she could with her hair and clothes. Wuthering Heights
  • She was said to be in shock but otherwise unharmed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Fortunately the terrified woman accelerated away, shaken but unharmed.
  • William, however, appears to have escaped not only unharmed, but with his appetite for soldiering undiminished.
  • Compared with the towns of the north, Rheims is relatively unharmed; but for that very reason the arrest of life seems the more futile and cruel. Fighting France
  • With enough blood collected a young warrior caked the wound with fresh dung and the animal was released to totter away on unsteady legs but otherwise unharmed.
  • For precision organic farming to work, we need to keep our farmers productive and unharmed.
  • Aside from what was later termed emotional trauma, the divers were returned unharmed.
  • The former stray, who had been Mr Boffey's companion for the past three years, was later found unharmed in another farm vehicle.
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