verb (used with object), dam·aged, dam·ag·ing.
verb (used without object), dam·aged, dam·ag·ing.
Origin of damage
Examples from the Web for undamaged
His vital organs appear to be undamaged, but his life is clearly in danger as more details of the attack emerge.
The armoured plates on the undamaged places on bombers, cut down losses by something like 30 per cent.
The building's exterior was undamaged and this assault was too well-aimed.
That afternoon, Liebling spotted an undamaged can of roast beef lying on the deck.The Story of the American Journalists Who Landed on D-Day|Timothy M. Gay|June 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
With his undamaged hand he felt the bandages that were about his head.The Secret of the Silver Car|Wyndham Martyn
We went back to the wreck, found the tools, and removed an undamaged propeller.Astounding Stories, April, 1931|Various
Fortunately, except for a little scorched paint, the car was undamaged.The Boy Scouts of Lakeville High|Leslie W. Quirk
Its nose was spread to the size of a half dollar, its butt-end, steel-jacketed, was undamaged.Smoke Bellew|Jack London
Without rising from his seat in the one undamaged chair, he answered: "If it's the storekeeper you mean, I'm him."The Promise|James B. Hendryx
British Dictionary definitions for undamaged (1 of 2)
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Word Origin for damage
Idioms and Phrases with undamaged
In addition to the idioms beginning with damage
- damage control
- damaged goods
- do one wrong (damage)
- the damage