Definition of unscathed in English:

unscathed

adjective

  • Without suffering any injury, damage, or harm.

    ‘I came through all those perils unscathed’
    • ‘Occupants of the smashed car escaped with slight injuries and those in the house were unscathed.’
    • ‘If you pay just a little bit of attention, you can get through life mostly unscathed.’
    • ‘The Cougar team came through the game relatively unscathed, but three players picked up slight injuries.’
    • ‘Ashcroft's injury apart, the team came through unscathed from the two Bank Holiday matches.’
    • ‘All in all it's probably a good thing that my mum got away unscathed.’
    • ‘Almost nothing survived unscathed, but 12 plants did survive and some even grew.’
    • ‘In no other city but Athens could we have come out of the adventure unscathed.’
    • ‘Perhaps it was that competitive spirit which saw him emerge unscathed from so many tumbles during his racing career.’
    • ‘Twice he parachuted into France to deliver gold to the resistance and made his way back unscathed.’
    • ‘After what seems like a lifetime, you emerge unscathed at the far end.’
    • ‘Unfortunately for Mark, although he came through the war unscathed, he has suffered since.’
    • ‘The pair emerged unscathed, but a female friend suffered serious injuries.’
    • ‘Are we to believe that Park's reputation will remain unscathed from this affair?’
    • ‘The woman, who didn't have a smoke alarm fitted, escaped unscathed after being woken up by the barking of her dogs.’
    • ‘He came virtually unscathed out of the two scams thanks largely to shabby investigation.’
    • ‘Most emerge unscathed but some young people become alienated from their families and end up with nowhere to turn.’
    • ‘How I managed to get through that period relatively unscathed I have no idea.’
    • ‘His office was evacuated and he escaped unscathed before the south tower was hit and collapsed.’
    • ‘Amid all the cuts, the Park and Ride services are to continue unscathed, with the concession of a few extra stops.’
    • ‘When a fishing vessel is lost and all the crew make it home unscathed to find their families waiting for them it's a good result.’
    unharmed, unhurt, uninjured, undamaged, in one piece, intact, safe, safe and sound, unmarked, untouched, unscarred, unscratched, secure, well, as new, as good as new
    like new
    scatheless
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Pronunciation:

unscathed

/ʌnˈskeɪðd/