Definition of undamaged in English:

undamaged

Line breaks: un|dam¦aged
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈdamɪdʒd
 
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adjective

  • Not harmed or damaged: buildings undamaged during the war
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    • Miraculously, while there had been flood damage the building was structurally undamaged.
    • Bayeaux, as a city, remained undamaged in the war even though the Allied beach landings took place just miles from the city.
    • He said the Great Hall survived ‘fairly intact’, and all the rooms at the front of the castle were undamaged.

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