Definition of unhurt in English:

unhurt

Line breaks: un¦hurt
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈhəːt
 
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adjective

Not hurt or harmed: he was shaken but unhurt after being pelted with cans and bottles
More example sentences
  • Rebecca gave a few cries from the surprise, but was completely unhurt, thank god.
  • The couple's two dogs, a border collie and a springer spaniel, were in the car but were unhurt and are being looked after by friends.
  • They were unhurt, and warehouse managers immediately sealed off the aisles until safety inspectors arrived.

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