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Definition of "safe and sound" [safe and sound]

  • Having come to no harm, especially after being exposed to danger. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "safe and sound" in a sentence
  • ""And perhaps that special mission will be accomplished when I deliver you safe and sound to your friends in Viseu.""
  • "When she arrived safe and sound back in West Glacier, she would turn it over to Harry Ruick so it could be dusted for fingerprints and tested for blood residue."
  • "Simply, it has given you a Syria safe and sound wherein to marshal your armies—including mine, which I will put into winter camp around Antioch, Damascus, and Chalcis—for your great campaign against Mesopotamia."
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