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  • "What are you going to do in Phoenix?" he asked her scathingly.†   (source)
  • "Listen to yourselves," Cob said scathingly.†   (source)
  • In a scathing five-page document filled with exclamation points, he accused Southam and Mandel of fraud and unprofessional conduct, and demanded that the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York revoke their medical licenses.†   (source)
  • I bit back a few scathing remarks.†   (source)
  • So you can imagine my concern when I learned that four teenage girls are the only witnesses to these scathing accusations made against my own family.†   (source)
  • In a scathing report on the exploitation of American meatpacking workers, Human Rights Watch suggested that the AMI had deliberately chosen the year 1996, as a basis of comparison, to mislead the public.†   (source)
  • He would second-guess every move Jake made; excoriate Wade Lanier with scathing criticism; curse the negative rulings made by Judge Atlee; offer unsolicited advice at every turn; maintain the constant gloom of losing an unwinnable case; and at times be so unbearable Jake would want to throw something at him.†   (source)
  • While some critics saw it as a boldly innovative departure, others, such as Morton Levy, who wrote a scathing attack in Commentary, called the collection a failure.†   (source)
  • "I believe I do," the judge told him with scathing confidence.†   (source)
  • Joe College,' said Weary scathingly.†   (source)
  • Richard didn't know if this was a setup for a scathing type of Bud Walling remark or maybe just an ordinary thank-you.†   (source)
  • The guard stuck his head in the other door before I could form a scathing but polite response.†   (source)
  • And if you are even now putting together a scathing remark, let me point out for your lengthy consideration the wonderful and highly advisable option of silence.†   (source)
  • As scathing as any eyewitness description was that provided by a precocious young New Englander of Loyalist inclinations named Benjamin Thompson, who, after being refused a commission by Washington, served in the British army, later settled in Europe, renamed himself Count Rumford, and ultimately became one of the era's prominent men of science.†   (source)
  • He gave Guyard Morrigen and Bryce Caron a scathing look.†   (source)
  • "Your tawdry effort in The Daily World," he says scathingly.†   (source)
  • Sarah's mouth, which was open in what I suspect was the formation of another display of her scathing wit, clamps shut so fast I think I hear her teeth clash.†   (source)
  • When he goes back to people watching, she shoots me one last scathing look and leaves.†   (source)
  • He delivered the scathing indictment and closed the door.†   (source)
  • Lee gave him one scathing look as the elevator doors opened.†   (source)
  • The answer is "Maybe you got tired!" delivered as scathingly as possible; but it doesn't scathe.†   (source)
  • Then I gave Beanie a scathing look that I hoped was worth about a million really furious words.†   (source)
  • Yes, often scathingly.†   (source)
  • The mob outside had stomached enough of the agitating pamphlets, the probing articles in the Tappan-supported abolitionist newspaper The Emancipator, and the scathing street-corner stump speeches given by the Tappans and their followers.†   (source)
  • She flicked a scathing gaze in Nadine's direction.†   (source)
  • He called for a general boycott of the owner of the Offences, speculated upon immorality in high places, hinted that some there might be expected to have a fellow-feeling for Mutants, and wound up with a peroration in which a certain official was scathed as an unprincipled hireling of unprincipled masters and the local representative of the Forces of Evil.†   (source)
  • They set up a toll-free hot line so that Cuban exiles could call in and choose from three scathing messages to send directly to the National Palace, demanding El Líder's resignation.†   (source)
  • He'd once sent Tyler a rather scathing e-mail explaining all the mistakes Tyler was making in orbital mechanics.†   (source)
  • This time last year, I would have spoken up and agreed with them and then written a scathing blog post about high school gossip.†   (source)
  • Again the voice was not loud so much as chillingly domineering, scathing, irruptive.†   (source)
  • And there were others its touch had scathed.†   (source)
  • TYRONE Scathingly.†   (source)
  • George Norris called the President's scathing indictment a grave injustice to men who conscientiously tried to do their duty as they saw it; but, except for the unfortunate and unhelpful praise bestowed upon them by the German press, "the epithets heaped upon these men were without precedent in the annals of American journalism.†   (source)
  • Mad-Eye had always been scathing about Dumbledore's willingness to trust people.†   (source)
  • 'Watching the news ...' he said scathingly.†   (source)
  • "Responsible," I repeated scathingly, rolling my eyes.†   (source)
  • She remembered her mother's scathing words.†   (source)
  • "If you don't know," said Ron scathingly, "I'm not going to tell you."†   (source)
  • That night Demosthenes published a scathing denunciation of the population limitation laws.†   (source)
  • Mr. Weasley gave Harry a scathing look and swept from the lift.†   (source)
  • I gave him a scathing look and he backed away.†   (source)
  • And you think you'll be able to do something for him?" asked Zabini scathingly.†   (source)
  • Are you sure they'll let you?" he asked in a scathing tone.†   (source)
  • You only like him because he's handsome," said Ron scathingly.†   (source)
  • He strode over to Harry and clapped him on the back while giving Ron a scathing look.†   (source)
  • Yeah, that's right, smarm up to him, Malfoy," said Ron scathingly.†   (source)
  • 'Of course not,' said Hermione scathingly.†   (source)
  • "I was referring to the nature of the scar he can expect to have," she responded scathingly.†   (source)
  • 'Of course not,' said Hermione scathingly, before Harry could answer.†   (source)
  • "Knackers profit from a plague," I said scathingly, and left.†   (source)
  • Still, it was a hard pill for a young boy to swallow "Twenty pennies," I said scathingly.†   (source)
  • The answer is "Maybe you got tired!" delivered as scathingly as possible; but it doesn't scathe.†   (source)
  • I am certain that my father—so ordinarily mild and forbearing—said something harsh, scathing.†   (source)
  • Dumbledore has been a great wizard — oh yes, he has," (for Bellatrix had made a scathing noise), "the Dark Lord acknowledges it.†   (source)
  • Beck, however, was in the habit of turning his monologues into scathing, Limbaughesque rants against bed-wetting liberals, and at one point that evening I made the mistake of disagreeing with him: in response to one of his comments I suggested that raising the minimum wage seemed like a wise and necessary policy.†   (source)
  • The Vatican called CERN from time to time as a "courtesy" before issuing scathing statements condemning CERN's research-most recently for CERN's breakthroughs in nanotechnology, a field the church denounced because of its implications for genetic engineering.†   (source)
  • And to the students of Gravesend who thus chafed against their bonds, the only accepted tone was caustic—was biting, mordant, bitter, scathing sarcasm, the juicy vocabulary of which Owen Meany had already learned from my grandmother.†   (source)
  • Much of the correspondence offered support and sympathy for those of us who had returned, but there was also an abundance of scathingly critical letters.†   (source)
  • Edward's voice was scathing.†   (source)
  • The past week or so, Percy had imagined a lot of scathing things he might say to Nico when they met again, but the guy looked so frail and sad, Percy couldn't muster much anger.†   (source)
  • You believe ....like you haven't watched them all come and go, hoping you'd be next, thought Harry scathingly.†   (source)
  • Twitchy little ferret, aren't you, Malfoy?" said Hermione scathingly, and she, Harry, and Ron went up the marble staircase laughing heartily.†   (source)
  • Ron looked as though he would have liked to reply scathingly, but perhaps he didn't want another row, because he contented himself with shaking his head disbelievingly while Hermione wasn't looking.†   (source)
  • Out of the corner of his eye, Harry distinctly saw Malfoy throw a scathing look over at him; the wine-glass Malfoy had been levitating fell to the floor and smashed.†   (source)
  • Eventually, Threpe was called up onto the stage where he sang a scathing little ditty of his own design, satirizing one of Tarbean's councilmen.†   (source)
  • 'So the Daily Prophet exists to tell people what they want to hear, does it?' said Hermione scathingly.†   (source)
  • 'Servitude!' said Hagrid scathingly.†   (source)
  • "Guilty,"he grumbled in scathing tones.†   (source)
  • And when Julie had tears in her eyes halfway through and snuggled closer to him for the remaining hour, it more than canceled out the scathing critical review he was preparing in his mind.†   (source)
  • At first, Adams judged him "smart" if not "deep," but the more Rutledge talked, the more he expressed disagreement with Adams, the more scathing Adams's assessment became, to the point where, in his diary, he appeared nearly to run out of words.†   (source)
  • She thought he went around scared most of the time but did not try to hide it from women, some women anyway, maybe the rare woman he runs into a hundred miles from home, and he falls all over himself with honesty and self-scathing insight, the things he does not normally show the boys.†   (source)
  • EDMUND Scathingly.†   (source)
  • Once that summer in Brooklyn, I pressed upon Sophie a volume of H. L. Mencken, who was then, as now, one of my infatuations, and I observe for what it is worth that she remarked that Mencken's scathing style reminded her of her father's.†   (source)
  • His wit, which was often scathing and which relied on a subtle use of Southern courthouse rhetoric (doubtless derived in part from his father, a distinguished judge), had kept me laughing during the enervating wartime months at Duke, where the Marine Corps, in its resolve to transform us from green cannon fodder into prime cannon fodder, tried to stuff us with two years' education in less than a year, thereby creating a generation of truly half-baked college graduates.†   (source)
  • "Well, I should hope so," said Helen scathingly.†   (source)
  • (scathingly) You talking of your dear sister†   (source)
  • The Head Mistress of Eton was particularly scathing.†   (source)
  • "Pay no attention to them, ladies, I beg of you," said Gant scathingly.†   (source)
  • In those early days of 1864, no newspaper could be opened that did not carry scathing editorials denouncing the speculators as vultures and bloodsucking leeches and calling upon the government to put them down with a hard hand.†   (source)
  • If a boy was impudent to him he would rip him powerfully from his seat, drag his wriggling figure into his office, breathing stertorously as he walked along at his clumsy rapid gait, and saying roundly, in tones of scathing contempt: "Why, you young upstart, we'll just see who's master here.†   (source)
  • "No, you were a slacker," went on Carley, with scathing scorn.†   (source)
  • No doubt you're right logically, and are entitled to say a great many scathing things about Henry.†   (source)
  • I heard a scathing murmur at my ear, 'Heap of muffs—go to.'†   (source)
  • Only, on his return, she scathed him with her satire.†   (source)
  • The cries of the two parties were now in sound an interchange of scathing insults.†   (source)
  • She looked capable of scathing wit and also of high but unostentatious nobility.†   (source)
  • "'Darning her husband's stockings,'" said Clara scathingly.†   (source)
  • "Not if THOU canst scathe him," replied the Captain.†   (source)
  • Without raising her voice, she threw into it an infinity of scathing contempt, bitterness, and despair.†   (source)
  • "However did you make such a mistake?" said Fielding, more friendly than before, but scathing and scornful.†   (source)
  • Some of these had been burned or at least scathed with fire; and there rose in our faces (which were close to the ground) a blinding, choking dust as fine as smoke.†   (source)
  • Indignation lent him a scathing eloquence, and it was clear that if others had followed his example, and acted as he talked, society would never have been weak enough to receive a foreign upstart like Beaufort—no, sir, not even if he'd married a van der Luyden or a Lanning instead of a Dallas.†   (source)
  • Joan shuddered when she remembered how she had mocked this boy's wounded vanity—how scathingly she had said he did not possess manhood and nerve enough even to be bad.†   (source)
  • John never knew clearly what the old man said; he only felt himself held up to scorn and scathing denunciation for trampling on the true Religion, and he realized with amazement that all unknowingly he had put rough, rude hands on something this little world held sacred.†   (source)
  • They had been associated for many years, and every day from the moment the doors were opened to the last minute before closing, Blake, a little man with sleek, jetty hair and unhappy, beady eyes, could be heard rowing his partner incessantly with a sort of scathing and plaintive fury.†   (source)
  • Suddenly the manager's boy put his insolent black head in the doorway, and said in a tone of scathing contempt— "'Mistah Kurtz—he dead.'†   (source)
  • The chief was there, ready with a clutch at him to whisper close to his head, scathingly, as though he wanted to bite his ear— '"You silly fool!†   (source)
  • For my master, whose restless, craving, vicious nature roved about day and night, seeking whom to devour, had just left me, with stinging, scorching words; words that scathed ear and brain like fire.†   (source)
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    End-sitter was I, a-holding the sea-ward,
    That the land of the Dane-folk none of the loathly
    Faring with ship-horde ever might scathe it.†   (source)
  • In spite of this the old man inspired in all his visitors alike a feeling of respectful veneration—especially of an evening when he came in to tea in his old-fashioned coat and powdered wig and, aroused by anyone, told his abrupt stories of the past, or uttered yet more abrupt and scathing criticisms of the present.†   (source)
  • As he approached a little nearer, he thought he saw something white, hanging in the midst of the tree: he paused and ceased whistling but, on looking more narrowly, perceived that it was a place where the tree had been scathed by lightning, and the white wood laid bare.†   (source)
  • I was in my own room as usual — just myself, without obvious change: nothing had smitten me, or scathed me, or maimed me.†   (source)
  • I reminded them of the difference of the season; that the expedition had been made directly after the rains, when vegetation had clothed with transient beauty this region, which, possessing no source of moisture in itself, had become scathed and bare during the blazing heat of summer.†   (source)
  • Its sympathy for my brethren in bonds—its scathing denunciations of slaveholders—its faithful exposures of slavery—and its powerful attacks upon the upholders of the institution—sent a thrill of joy through my soul, such as I had never felt before!†   (source)
  • Convinced of the scathing damage to his local repute and position that must have been caused by such a fact, though it had never before reached his own ears, Henchard showed a positive distaste for the presence of this girl not his own, whenever he encountered her.†   (source)
  • The fiercer element had cropped the verdure of the plain, which looked as though it were scathed by the consuming lightning.†   (source)
  • It was awkward all around, but more particularly in the case of Rowena, because there was a love match on, between her and one of the twins that constituted the freak, and I had worked it up to a blistering heat and thrown in a quite dramatic love quarrel, wherein Rowena scathingly denounced her betrothed for getting drunk, and scoffed at his explanation of how it had happened, and wouldn't listen to it, and had driven him from her in the usual "forever" way; and now here she sat crying and brokenhearted; for she had found that he had spoken only the truth; that it was not he, but the other of the freak that had drunk th†   (source)
  • I am poor; for I find that, when I have paid my father's debts, all the patrimony remaining to me will be this crumbling grange, the row of scathed firs behind, and the patch of moorish soil, with the yew-trees and holly-bushes in front.†   (source)
  • But then found the guest
    That the beam of the battle would bite not therewith,
    Or scathe life at all, but there failed the edge
    The king in his need.†   (source)
  • At length the King presses his host on a point to which he had more than once alluded, without obtaining a satisfactory reply: "Then said the King, 'by God's grace, Thou wert in a merry place, To shoot should thou here When the foresters go to rest, Sometyme thou might have of the best, All of the wild deer; I wold hold it for no scathe, Though thou hadst bow and arrows baith, Althoff thou best a Frere.'†   (source)
  • 'Twas then the earl found it
    That in foe-hall there was he, I wot not of which,
    Where never the water might scathe him a whit,
    Nor because of the roof-hall might reach to him there
    The fear-grip of the flood.†   (source)
  • I think, scathed as you look, and charred and scorched, there must be a little sense of life in you yet, rising out of that adhesion at the faithful, honest roots: you will never have green leaves more — never more see birds making nests and singing idyls in your boughs; the time of pleasure and love is over with you: but you are not desolate: each of you has a comrade to sympathise with him in his decay.†   (source)
  • Now he paid him his guerdon therefor,
    The fierce champion; so well, that abed there he saw
    Where Grendel war-weary was lying adown
    Forlorn of his life, as him ere had scathed
    The battle at Hart; sprang wide the body,
    Sithence after death he suffer'd the stroke,
    The hard swing of sword.†   (source)
  • Round the roof of the helm, the burg of the head, 1030
    A wale wound with wires held ward from without-ward,
    So that the file-leavings might not over fiercely,
    Were they never so shower-hard, scathe the shield-bold,
    When he 'gainst the angry in anger should get him.†   (source)
  • Then was there in going the gift of King Hrothgar
    Oft highly accounted; yea, that was a king
    In every wise blameless, till eld took from him eftsoon
    The joyance of might, as it oft scathes a many.†   (source)
  • But the bill of the old lord
    (The edge was of iron) erewhile it scathed
    Him who of that treasure hand-bearer was
    A long while, and fared a-bearing the flame-dread
    Before the hoard hot, and welling of fierceness 2780
    In the midnights, until that by murder he died.†   (source)
  • guest, Beowulf therewith he gear'd him
    With weed of the earls: nowise of life reck'd he:
    Needs must his war-byrny, braided by hands,
    Wide, many-colour'd by cunning, the sound seek,
    E'en that which his bone-coffer knew how to ward,
    So that the war-grip his heart ne'er a while,
    The foe-snatch of the wrathful his life ne'er should scathe;
    Therewith the white war-helm warded his head,
    E'en that which should mingle with ground of the mere,
    And seek the sound-welter, with treasure beworthy'd, 1450
    All girt with the lordly chains, as in days gone by
    The weapon-smith wrought it most wondrously done,
    Beset with the swine-shapes, so that sithence
    The brand or th†   (source)
  • Soon did she find, she who the flood-ring
    Sword-ravening had held for an hundred of seasons,
    Greedy and grim, that there one man of grooms
    The abode of the alien-wights sought from above; 1500
    Then toward him she grasp'd and gat hold on the warrior
    With fell clutch, but no sooner she scathed withinward
    The hale body; rings from without-ward it warded,
    That she could in no wise the war-skin clutch through,
    The fast locked limb-sark, with fingers all loathly.†   (source)
  • That will I not, said the knight, for it will scathe me greatly, and do you none avail.†   (source)
  • And Agamemnon at a first glimpse in scathing speech rebuked him: "Baffling!†   (source)
  • Then they of Elias' party departed, and King Mark took of them many prisoners, to redress the harms and the scathes that he had of them; and the remnant he sent into their country to borrow out their fellows.†   (source)
  • Report, refer, Resemblaunt; semblance, Retrayed, drew back, Rightwise, rightly, Rivage, shore, Romed, roared, Roted, practised, Rove, cleft, Rownsepyk, a branch, Sacring, consecrating, Sad, serious, Sadly, heartily, earnestly, Salle, room, Samite, silk stuff with gold or silver threads, Sangreal, Holy Grail, Sarps, girdles, Saw, proverb, Scathes, harms, hurts, icripture, writing, Search, probe wounds, Selar, canopy, Semblable, like, Semblant, semblance, Sendal, fine cloth, Sennight, week, Servage, slavery, Sewer, officer who set on dishes and tasted them, Shaft-mon, handbreadth, Shaw, thicket, Sheef, thrust, Sheer-Thursday, Thursday in Holy Week, Shend, harm, Shenship, disgrace, Shent†   (source)
  • Fareed Barakat, the ultimate survivor, seemed to have come through it unscathed.†   (source)
    unscathed = not severely harmed
    standard prefix: The prefix "un-" in unscathed means not and reverses the meaning of scathed. This is the same pattern you see in words like unhappy, unknown, and unlucky.
  • Even if she had decided to reveal either to Nathan or me the gruesome minutiae of her twenty months at Auschwitz, I might be constrained to draw down the veil, for, as George Steiner remarks, it is not clear "that those who were not themselves fully involved should touch upon these agonies unscathed."†   (source)
  • But as I suspected, the trailer's tow hook was unscathed.†   (source)
  • For his part, Kilorn looks unscathed, to my great relief.†   (source)
  • Eventually it all went quiet, and I crawled out, unscathed.†   (source)
  • I cant imagine anyone emerging from the Erudite unscathed, though Will seems all right.†   (source)
  • You should be proud; few escape unscathed from slaying their first Urgal.†   (source)
  • She popped up completely unscathed, then spotted a platter of cookies on the sideboard.†   (source)
  • But the tall, slender house remains nearly unscathed.†   (source)
  • Phil was unscathed; Louie had only a cut on his arm.†   (source)
  • Sometimes he did just fine and we would return to find the house unscathed.†   (source)
  • But always, so far, I've escaped unscathed and gone forth to other adventures.†   (source)
  • Except for a few black marks, it's relatively unscathed.†   (source)
  • I jumped up in concern, but they were somehow unscathed.†   (source)
  • Remain silent — I will let you walk away from me unscathed.†   (source)
  • It would be better to give the impression that I had walked away unscathed.†   (source)
  • The inspector and his new bride shan't escape unscathed.†   (source)
  • This Ring has already passed through it unscathed, and even unheated.†   (source)
  • I think they'll do as we've just done, and escape unscathed as we're about to do.†   (source)
  • I am unscathed, for I was not here with him.†   (source)
  • Her precious son made it through the battle unscathed, so Cersei has no more need of a hostage.†   (source)
  • Gabby hadn't emerged from her coma unscathed, of course.†   (source)
  • Only the dwarves, disciplined by many battles, had come through relatively unscathed.†   (source)
  • Jintian was unscathed, as far as I could tell.†   (source)
  • Periboia dropped Annabeth—alive, but not unscathed.†   (source)
  • Only a few emerged unscathed: Thibault and Victor were among them.†   (source)
  • Reaching his destination unscathed would be his greatest challenge.†   (source)
  • It's impossible to go through life unscathed.†   (source)
  • She'd left him unscathed, underfoot, soundly defeated.†   (source)
  • I wonder if anyone came out of this night unscathed.†   (source)
  • I have seen you take on a hundred of the enemy single-handedly and walk away unscathed.†   (source)
  • If it came to that, Roran knew that few of his men would escape unscathed.†   (source)
  • I'd escaped pretty much unscathed, other than some scratches, a bad scrape on my arm, and a cut on my knee that didn't even require stitches.†   (source)
  • But he bypasses all of that, comes through it unscathed, all the way to this city, the one containing her, its houses and steeples encircling her where she sits in the most inward, the most central tower of them all, which doesn't even resemble a tower.†   (source)
  • Making it through there unscathed is a lot like counting coup on a High Plains battlefield; simply having come that close to danger makes you more of a man.†   (source)
  • That way they could alert the crew that cops were creeping, but if the cops questioned them, they could simply say they were calling for a friend and walk away unscathed.†   (source)
  • I make it halfway to the food line unscathed, when someone slips his arm through mine and pulls me along behind him.†   (source)
  • Somehow it escaped the blitz unscathed, and other than a shutter that has become detached and is now hanging at a crazy angle, tapping lightly in the wind, it could be any house in Portland.†   (source)
  • When she reached him, they would turn and sprint into the field, heading for a thicket of raspberry canes, a place he liked simply because he was small enough to move through it unscathed.†   (source)
  • Two pine trees had blown over, though neither had caused much damage, and a few shingles had blown off the shed, but other than that, the property had escaped pretty much unscathed.†   (source)
  • Unscathed by the Lunar glamour, it knew where the true boundaries of the queen's face were, the imperfections, the inconsistencies.†   (source)
  • And a fire destroyed the office of District Attorney George Graham, leaving only a photograph of Holmes unscathed.†   (source)
  • Emerging through chaos unscathed.†   (source)
  • The explosion in Katherine's lab had been bigger than he had anticipated, and he had been lucky to escape unscathed.†   (source)
  • Unscathed.†   (source)
  • Even Colonel Gerineldo Marquez, who escaped three attempts on his life, survived five wounds, and emerged unscathed from innumerable battles, succumbed to that atrocious siege of waiting and sank into the miserable defeat of old age, thinking of Amaranta among the diamond-shaped patches of light in a borrowed house.†   (source)
  • This time everyone pitched in, and my fingers escaped unscathed because I avoided Eddie at all costs.†   (source)
  • The grass has been scorched and the gray snow fell here as well, but the twelve fine houses of the Victor's Village are unscathed.†   (source)
  • As tends to be the case in a universe apparently ruled by irony, Fedmahn Kassad passed unscathed through ninety-seven days of the worst fighting the Hegemony had ever seen, only to be wounded two days after the last of the Ousters had retreated to their fleeing swarmships.†   (source)
  • Next, Mariam knew, he'd go on about Kabul's gardens, and its shops, its trees, and its air, and, before long, she would be on the bus and he would walk alongside it, waving cheerfully, unscathed, spared.†   (source)
  • Provided we don't hit any standing water or fallen trees, we shall emerge unscathed on the shoulder of highway five.†   (source)
  • To know who you are without any delusions or sympathy is a moment of revelation that no one experiences unscathed.†   (source)
  • When Dawn with her lovely locks brought on the third day,
    then stepping the masts and hoisting white sails high,
    we lounged at the oarlocks, letting wind and helmsmen
    keep us true on course ...
    And now, at long last,
    I might have reached my native land unscathed,
    but just as I doubled Malea's cape, a tide-rip
    and the North Wind drove me way off course
    careering past Cythera.†   (source)
  • The Hadarac Desert is so huge and contains so many dangers, the chances are slim that we can cross it unscathed.†   (source)
  • But not Odysseus, clinging tight to his ship's keel—
    the breakers flung him out onto dry land, on Scheria,
    the land of Phaeacians, close kin to the gods themselves,
    and with all their hearts they prized him like a god,
    showered the man with gifts, and they'd have gladly
    sailed him home unscathed.†   (source)
  • His body appeared unscathed.†   (source)
  • After leaving the Pillars of Hercules—unscathed except for a few coconuts lodged in the hull's bronze plating—the ship traveled by air for a few hundred miles.†   (source)
  • And after what happened tonight, I'm surprised that you did make it through a whole weekend unscathed.†   (source)
  • "We must consult the governors," said Professor Flitwick in his squeaky little voice; he had a large bruise on his forehead but seemed otherwise unscathed by his collapse in Snape's office.†   (source)
  • The slightest breath of wind made them all jump and turn toward the whispering bush or tree in the hope that one of the missing Order members might leap unscathed from its leaves — And then a broom materialized directly above them and streaked toward the ground — "It's them!" screamed Hermione.†   (source)
  • Well, not totally unscathed.†   (source)
  • The dimly lit corridor was full of dust; half the ceiling seemed to have fallen in; and a battle was raging before him, but even as he attempted to make out who were fighting whom, he heard the hated voice shout, "It's over, time to go!" and saw Snape disappearing around the corner at the far end of the corridor; he and Malfoy seemed to have forced their way through the fight unscathed.†   (source)
  • Harry, Ron, and Hermione went up to the Owlery that evening to find Pigwidgeon, so that Harry could send Sirius a letter telling him that he had managed to get past his dragon unscathed.†   (source)
  • He was no longer wearing his gloves, and his heavy cloak hung off his body in loose tatters, but other than that he seemed unscathed.†   (source)
  • Her usually neat mousy hair was very untidy and there were still bits of twigs and leaves in it, but otherwise she seemed to be quite unscathed.†   (source)
  • There was a pristine incorruptibility about her face now that upset me all the more, for she was neither kidding nor trying to insult me; and I could not tell if it were horror speaking to me ont of innocence, or innocence emerging unscathed from the obscene scheme of the evening.†   (source)
  • I would walk away from this unscathed.†   (source)
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