[ UK /ˌʌnɪmpˈeəd/ ]
[ US /ˌənɪmˈpɛɹd/ ]
[ US /ˌənɪmˈpɛɹd/ ]
not damaged or diminished in any respect
his speech remained unimpaired
How To Use unimpaired In A Sentence
- Your Honours, we would submit that section 4 represents only part of the law of damages for this purpose and the common law is otherwise unimpaired.
- It is worthy of trial in tetanic and eclamptic seizures, and in tonic angiospasms such as occur during the chill of malarial fevers, although in the last-mentioned condition pilocarpine is perhaps more suitable, provided the energy of the heart be unimpaired. Scientific American Supplement, No. 299, September 24, 1881
- Queen Milena possessed great beauty, which she retained unimpaired in advancing years.
- Unless the whole domestic group hold together with a sort of loyalty or local patriotism, unless the inheritance of property is logical and legitimate, unless the family quarrels are kept out of the courts of officialism, the tradition of family ownership cannot be handed on unimpaired. Oikos and Logos: Chesterton's Vision of Distributism
- My thought processes themselves seem unimpaired.
- One of the reasons I think he has come through so much unseduced by his own success and with an unimpaired ability to strip pretentiousness to its drawers is that he has a built-in Geiger counter for sussing out the false.
- He said: ‘If the driving licence scheme in this country, which is so very highly valued compared with so many other countries I know, is to be maintained, it is vital that its integrity remains unimpaired.’
- This one seemed to have got away with it, skin and confidence unimpaired. IN LOVE AND WAR
- Miss Chadwick added: ‘The best part of Rochdale to go for a good unimpaired view of the sky is probably Blackstone Edge.’
- Our national parks are protected under federal legislation for public understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment while maintaining them in an unimpaired state so they will remain intact in the future.