adjective Date: 14th century wholly unharmed ; not injured

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  • unscathed — index intact, inviolate, safe Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • unscathed — (adj.) late 14c., from UN (Cf. un ) (1) not + pp. of SCATHE (Cf. scathe). Mainly in Scottish before 19c. Cf. O.N. ostaðaðr, Swedish oskadad …   Etymology dictionary

  • unscathed — [adj] not hurt in one piece*, safe, sound, unharmed, unhurt, uninjured, unmarked, unscarred, unscratched, untouched, whole; concept 314 Ant. harmed, hurt, injured …   New thesaurus

  • unscathed — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ without suffering any injury, damage, or harm …   English terms dictionary

  • unscathed — [unskāthd′] adj. [see SCATHE] not hurt; unharmed …   English World dictionary

  • unscathed — adj. VERBS ▪ be, be left, come out (of sth), emerge, escape, get away, remain, return, survive, walk away ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • unscathed — [[t]ʌnske͟ɪðd[/t]] ADJ GRADED: ADJ after v, v link ADJ If you are unscathed after a dangerous experience, you have not been injured or harmed by it. Tony emerged unscathed apart from a severely bruised finger... East Los Angeles was left… …   English dictionary

  • unscathed — un|scathed [ʌnˈskeıðd] adj [not before noun] [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: scathe; SCATHING] not injured or harmed by something escape/emerge unscathed ▪ He escaped unscathed from the accident. ▪ The government was relatively unscathed by the scandal …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • unscathed — adj. to go unscathed * * * [ʌn skeɪðd] logo unscathed …   Combinatory dictionary

  • unscathed — /un skaydhd /, adj. not scathed; unharmed; uninjured: She survived the accident unscathed. [1325 75; ME; see UN 1, SCATHED] Syn. unhurt, unscratched, untouched, safe, whole. * * * …   Universalium

  • unscathed — adjective Not harmed or damaged in any way; untouched. He was quite relieved to finish the conversation unscathed. Ant: scathed …   Wiktionary

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