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none the worse/better etc (for something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnone the worse/better etc (for something)none the worse/better etc (for something)NOTnot any worse, better etc than before She seems none the worse for her experience. none
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none the worse/better etc (for something)Although the animal glowed rosy-pink, it appeared none the worse for its ordeal.I recovered, my mouth none the worse for it, after all.Peter's little pet was clearly none the worse for its time in the underworld.
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