verb (used with object), in·jured, in·jur·ing.
Origin of injure
SYNONYMS FOR injure
Examples from the Web for uninjured
Liu, who was uninjured, was holding back tears as she spoke.
Although William landed on the head that will someday wear the crown, he was uninjured and got right back on his pony.Power Tripping: King Juan Carlos I & More (Photos)|The Daily Beast|August 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And listening, there comes up to him from the depths faintly, through the tube: "I'm uninjured, but am bound and helpless."Miss Dividends|Archibald Clavering Gunter
But the change once made, it is found that religion is uninjured, and reverence undiminished.The Plurality of Worlds|William Whewell
It was uninjured and with it in his hand he continued toward the cellar door.The Oakdale Affair|Edgar Rice Burroughs
The fortifications were not only uninjured, they were being rapidly strengthened.
He put his uninjured hand on it to steady himself, and leaned over to me to make his words more weighty for my ear.John Splendid|Neil Munro