Definition: unharmed; Ex. escape the accident unscathed
Definition: unharmed; Ex. escape the accident unscathed
Sentences Containing 'unscathed'
Already has it been related how the great leviathan is afar off descried from the mast-head; how he is chased over the watery moors, and slaughtered in the valleys of the deep; how he is then towed alongside and beheaded; and how (on the principle which entitled the headsman of old to the garments in which the beheaded was killed) his great padded surtout becomes the property of his executioner; how, in due time, he is condemned to the pots, and, like Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, his spermaceti, oil, and bone pass unscathed through the fire;--but now it remains to conclude the last chapter of this part of the description by rehearsing--singing, if I may--the romantic proceeding of decanting off his oil into the casks and striking them down into the hold, where once again leviathan returns to his native profundities, sliding along beneath the surface as before; but, alas!
Despite numerous air attacks, "Anthony" emerged unscathed from covering the transports during their successful unloading.
During this time, the coast was battered with Viking attacks, although it seems that Dorestad was left relatively unscathed.
Fortunately, she was unscathed, and it was fright alone that had overcome Teresa.
Hampden XA-B, piloted by Flying Officer J.J. Richardson, attacked at an altitude of , launching a torpedo at a range of . The torpedo bomber escaped unscathed in cloud cover, despite heavy anti-aircraft fire and an attempted intercept by the escorting Ju 88.
He assisted in the destruction of three fighters from the enemy carrier’s combat air patrol and enabled VT 5 to escape unscathed after its successful attack and to return to Yorktown without loss.
He hides the dog in the washing machine, only to lean back and turn it on to see the dead dog spinning around; he makes his exit unscathed, and without the dealer being aware of where the dog has ended up.
However, the Japanese fleet did not press its advantage and the vulnerable transports supporting the invasion escaped unscathed.
Luck seems to be on Ambikapathi’s side as he comes unscathed through these traps.
Melina survives unscathed, however, as she had gone inside their boat to put away her bags just as the assassin attacked.
Nevertheless, Paige retired the next three hitters to get out of the inning unscathed.
One night he managed to rescue a group of women and children the very moment the Turks had surrounded them, miraculously they all escaped unscathed.
Only one Dubliner officer survived the landing, while of the who landed, just the Gallipoli campaign unscathed.
Ponyboy is relatively unscathed and spends a short time in the hospital. When his brothers arrive to see him, Darry breaks down and cries.
Providentially, only a few passengers were travelling on car 41 that day, and they came out of the ordeal unscathed, but the driver, who was new to the job, sustained some injury.
Residing on some of the highest ground in the city, Frenchmen survived Katrina relatively unscathed.
Richard escapes unscathed, though he is seen by a lone native.
Roddy comes out and tells them they are just in time to see a new ward opening up in honour of the man who donated so much to help... the DeSniff Ward. Back in Victorian times, two of the ghosts have emerged unscathed from the time machine, but William is nowhere to be seen.
The ending is the most criticised feature, since Bernick is clearly guilty of attempted murder but gets off unscathed, but successfully illustrates that the rich and powerful are often selfish and corrupt.
The estate of Oberwinkel seems to have come through the Thirty Years' War relatively unscathed.
The force encountered heavy air opposition during the approach on 8 January 1945, but "Sheridan" arrived unscathed and landed her troops early the next day.
The group's paper was reviewed in the journal "Nature", which recommended a degree of caution, stating "the critique leaves the majority of Gould's work unscathed," and notes that "because they couldn't measure all the skulls, they do not know whether the average cranial capacities that Morton reported represent his sample accurately."
The Spartans then survive an arrow barrage unscathed and easily defeat a Persian cavalry charge.
The violence did not leave Saylesville unscathed.
Though attacked from behind by Suì Fēng, BG9 is unscathed as he greatly injures the captain with his weapons.
Under the leadership of President William H. Sargeant and Bertrand Perry, who succeeded Sargeant in 1936, MassMutual stumbled, but emerged from the Depression and World War II virtually unscathed.
More Vocab Words::: taint - contaminate; cause to lose purity; modify with a trace of something bad; Ex. tainted reputation; N: stain; touch of decay or bad influence; CF. touch
::: purported - alleged; claimed; reputed or rumored; Ex. purported Satanists
::: distill - refine (a liquid by evaporating and subsequent condensation); concentrate; separate the most important parts from; Ex. distill fresh water from sea water; CF. brew
::: permeable - that can be permeated; penetrable; porous; allowing liquids or gas to pass through; V. permeate: spread or flow throughout; charge
::: elysian - relating to paradise; blissful
::: debase - degrade; reduce in quality or value; degenerate; lower in esteem; disgrace; N. debasement
::: enterprise - willingness to take new ventures; initiative; business organization; plan (that is difficult or daring); Ex. their latest enterprise to sail round the world in a small boat
::: fester - rankle; produce irritation or resentment; (of a cut or wound) generate pus or rot; Ex. His insult festered in my mind for days.
::: supplicate - petition humbly; pray to grant a favor
::: sluggard - lazy person