Definition of 'unhurt'
Example sentences containing 'unhurt'
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They escaped unhurt when the alarm was raised. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They were rescued by fire crews and walked away shaken but unhurt. The Sun (2014)But the vehicle was only scratched and its female driver unhurt. The Sun (2006)Two other people were also in the house but escaped unhurt. The Sun (2012)He miraculously walked away unhurt from the horrific lunchtime crash. The Sun (2013)Two men and a woman had been inside the car but managed to escape unhurt. The Sun (2006)He hit a tunnel wall but walked away unhurt. The Sun (2009)Another youth was chased but managed to escape unhurt. The Sun (2016)She finally plucked up the courage to jump and was caught by a riot officer before walking away unhurt. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The lorry driver was also unhurt. The Sun (2011)He hit 81 before walking off retired unhurt. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Two train drivers escaped unhurt, but four people were missing. The Sun (2009)The truck driver was unhurt in the tragedy in Exeter. The Sun (2014)The lorry driver was unhurt in the crash, minutes after the funeral ended. The Sun (2014)Two pals on a second quad were clipped but escaped unhurt in December last year. The Sun (2010)He walked away unhurt, but rattled the rest of the field. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The driver was unhurt, but his female passenger was taken to hospital. The Sun (2014)Last year he became caught up in fighting in the Congo but escaped unhurt. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Incredibly the driver was unhurt, but hundreds of passengers were forced to change trains. The Sun (2014)Firefighters instead lowered ladders 30ft down and the women and the dog escaped unhurt. The Sun (2013)A dog they were walking was also unhurt. The Sun (2008)
Trends of 'unhurt'
Used Occasionally. unhurt is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'unhurt'
British English: unhurt ADJECTIVE
If someone who has been attacked, or involved in an accident, is unhurt, they are not injured.
The driver escaped unhurt, but a pedestrian was injured.
Definition of unhurt from the Collins English Dictionary
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