Not injured or harmed: escaped the hurricane unscathed. (adjective)
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Use "unscathed" in a sentence
"Again, may the best candidate, who comes out unscathed from the vitriolic and vehement vituperations, win."
"India's economy is among the world's fastest growing, and has emerged virtually unscathed from the financial crisis."
"The only one of the children to escape virtually unscathed from the death of the family patriarch was Mores daughter Elizabeth, whose husband William Daunceys political career continued smoothly."