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Date: 1300-1400
Origin: scathe; SCATHING

unscathed

adjective
     
un‧scathed [not before noun]
not injured or harmed by something
escape/emerge unscathed
He escaped unscathed from the accident.
The government was relatively unscathed by the scandal.

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