What is another word for undamaged?

Pronunciation: [ʌndˈamɪd͡ʒd] (IPA)

The word "undamaged" refers to something that has not been harmed or impaired. There are several synonyms for this word, including intact, unspoiled, unharmed, pristine, unscathed, unmarred, unaffected, untouched, unbroken, and unimpaired. These words suggest that something is in its original condition and has not been altered or damaged in any way. For example, a painting can be considered undamaged if it remains in its original state without any scratches, fading, or cracks. Similarly, a car can be considered undamaged if it has not been in an accident and remains in its original condition. Synonyms for "undamaged" are useful in providing variation and clarity in language.

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What are the opposite words for undamaged?

Undamaged means something that has not been harmed or spoiled. Its antonyms would be words that mean the opposite. Some examples of antonyms for the word "undamaged" are damaged, broken, ruined, destroyed, and harmed. These words paint a picture of something that has been affected negatively, either through an accident, natural disaster or an intentional act. When we say something is damaged, it implies that there is a crack, a dent or a deformity that has altered its original state. Similarly, words like ruined and destroyed suggest that something has been completely obliterated and can no longer function or serve its purpose.

Usage examples for Undamaged

There were a great many blockhouses in this district, some of them damaged and some still intact, and in those undamaged forts little parties of men, who fired their machine-guns to the last moment before death or surrender.
"From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917"
Philip Gibbs
The enemy was still up the slopes and on the slopes, still protected in his concrete, and with his machine-guns undamaged.
"From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917"
Philip Gibbs
It must have its two mullions as before, with the quatrefoil tracery which had remained undamaged in the west window opposite.
E. W. Hornung

Famous quotes with Undamaged

  • However, the fact that the tanks had now been raised to such a pitch of technical perfection that they could cross our undamaged trenches and obstacles did not fail to have a marked effect on our troops.
    Paul von Hindenburg
  • If we could sniff or swallow something that would, for five or six hours each day, abolish our solitude as individuals, atone us with our fellows in a glowing exaltation of affection and make life in all its aspects seem not only worth living, but divinely beautiful and significant, and if this heavenly, world-transfiguring drug were of such a kind that we could wake up next morning with a clear head and an undamaged constitution-then, it seems to me, all our problems (and not merely the one small problem of discovering a novel pleasure) would be wholly solved and earth would become paradise.
    Aldous Huxley
  • Right now I could take you in my jeep for a ride of any 25 miles through the streets of Hamburg and pay you dollar for every undamaged house you could point out. I don’t believe I would lose a five dollar bill in doing so. There is acre after acre of nothing but bricks and rubble. Particularly in the port and manufacturing area do you see nothing but twisted steel and shattered walls and broken bricks.
    Bill Downs
  • What Wilson and Lloyd George failed to see was that the terms of peace which they were hammering out against the dogged resistance of Clemenceau and Foch, while seemingly severe enough, left Germany in the long run relatively stronger than before. Except for the return of Alsace-Lorraine to France in the west and the loss of some valuable industrialized frontier districts to the Poles, form whom the Germans had taken them originally, Germany remained virtually intact, greater in population and industrial capacity than France could ever be, and moreover with her cities, farms, and factories undamaged by the war, which had been fought in enemy lands. In terms of relative power in Europe, Germany's position was actually better in 1919 than in 1914, or would be as soon as the Allied victors carried out their promise to reduce their armaments to the level of the defeated. The collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire had not been the catastrophe for Germany that Bismarck had feared, because there was no Russian empire to take advantage of it. Russia, beset by revolution and civil war, was for the present, and perhaps would be for years to come, impotent. In the place of this powerful country on her eastern border Germany now had small, unstable states which could not seriously threaten her and which one day might easily be made to return former German territory and even made to disappear from the map.
    William L. Shirer

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