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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunimpairedun‧im‧paired /ˌʌnɪmˈpeəd◂ $ -ˈperd◂/ adjective  DAMAGE#not damaged or made weak
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unimpairedA stroke left Ed unable to speak, but his mind was completely unimpaired.But his health, perversely, remained unimpaired.But the exceptional clarity of his thought processes was evidently still totally unimpaired.Her tough combative spirit seemed essentially unimpaired.Minton's ebullient energy remained unimpaired.Visitors who have no desire to be educated will find that their enjoyment of such exhibitions is unimpaired.He sees himself as an unimpaired man with a confident sense of his own ability to shape and affect the world.Frankl himself came through four concentration camps with an unimpaired, nay an enhanced, mentality.
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