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The train had not left the rails, the carriage wheels were intact, the engine was undamaged, the fires burning and the steam up.
He stands unsmirched by the mud thrown by his detractors; he stands undamaged even by the adulation of his admirers.
RICHARD WAGNERJOHN F. RUNCIMAN
The mines did not go off, and the boat remained more or less undamaged by the explosions.
She was undamaged, and a Turkish destroyer speedily appeared on the scene.
She was undamaged, unhurt—everything in order, gasoline in the tank.
Let the hawk at least take her first quarry with undamaged feathers.
On the colonnade Manning gripped the girl by her undamaged arm.
WARLORD OF KORTERRY GENE CARR
As they drew up beside the undamaged coach, the bearers had just arrived with another body.
Fortunately for us, the wonderful material of our steel body stood the heavy blow undamaged.
Really, however, it was not hurt at all, and the loads themselves appeared undamaged.

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