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Not hurt or harmed:‘he was shaken but unhurt after being pelted with cans and bottles’
untouched, undamaged, unhurt, unharmed, unscathedView synonyms
- ‘The baby was unhurt and Serena suffered minor injuries to her hand.’
- ‘The occupants of the coach were all unhurt, but the driver and teachers who witnessed the crash were described as very shaken.’
- ‘Eager to claim pole position, he skidded off the track with two minutes left, but thankfully walked away unhurt.’
- ‘Shaken up, but fortunately, unhurt, the woman offered Jonathan money for his good deed, but he refused.’
- ‘The family were alerted to the presence of smoke by eldest daughter Ellen, and they all managed to get outside the house unhurt.’
- ‘A man and a woman got out of the car unhurt and the man was seen walking along the hard shoulder towards Leeds city centre when he was hit by the lorry.’
- ‘His daughter, in her 20s, managed to scramble free from the vehicle unhurt.’
- ‘Staff escaped unhurt but the shots shattered the windscreens of their vehicles, leaving workers badly shaken.’
- ‘As detectives searched for clues, the bank expressed relief that its employees targeted appeared to be unhurt.’
- ‘A demolition worker escaped unhurt when several tonnes of rubble fell on the digger he was driving today.’
- ‘The 31 pupils and two teachers who were unhurt or escaped with slight injuries flew home on Thursday night.’
- ‘The couple's two dogs, a border collie and a springer spaniel, were in the car but were unhurt and are being looked after by friends.’
- ‘Nine children and an adult escaped unhurt from a minibus which overturned on an icy road in Ilkley yesterday morning.’
- ‘They were unhurt, and warehouse managers immediately sealed off the aisles until safety inspectors arrived.’
- ‘The female driver of the Vauxhall, who comes from Spain, was unhurt.’
- ‘She was found unhurt by passers-by who took her to the police station.’
- ‘Described as a local family man and highly experienced police officer, he was said to be shaken but unhurt following his ordeal.’
- ‘Rebecca gave a few cries from the surprise, but was completely unhurt, thank god.’
- ‘Northamptonshire Police said the driver, who is from Herefordshire, was left badly shaken but unhurt.’
- ‘He was otherwise unhurt and is now being cared for by a neighbour.’
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