uninjured

[ US /əˈnɪndʒɝd/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnˈɪnd‍ʒəd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not injured physically or mentally
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How To Use uninjured In A Sentence

  • The woman was left shocked but uninjured after the incident, which happened at about 6.10 pm yesterday.
  • If I were there when it happened I'd immediately run to their aid and make sure that they were uninjured.
  • He squirmed and struggled, dabbing at the air with the injured as well as the uninjured forepaw and increasing his pain. CHAPTER XXIII
  • And he, who had been hurled uninjured through the air by a miracle of fortune, had divined that white men in themselves were truly dynamite, compounded of the same mystery as the substance with which they shot the swift-darting schools of mullet, or blow up, in extremity, themselves and the ships on which they voyaged the sea from far places. CHAPTER X
  • Prophylactic knee braces are designed to protect uninjured knees from valgus stresses that could damage the medial collateral ligaments.
  • Lars Vilks told The Associated Press a man leaped from the front row and head-butted him as he was delivering his lecture at Uppsala University, breaking Vilks 'glasses but leaving him uninjured. Muhammad cartoonist 'head-butted' during speech
  • The woman was left uninjured but shaken after the attack at around 6pm.
  • The wind of a ball," what we should now call shellshock, sometimes killed men whose bodies appeared to be uninjured. Washington and His Comrades in Arms; a chronicle of the War of Independence
  • The residents were uninjured, the government spokeswoman said, adding she did not know if the hut was damaged.
  • Scrambling to his feet, he tested the floor at his feet by stamping with the heel of his uninjured leg.
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