Entire and Unhurt

Entire

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Entire adjective – Not divided or scattered among several areas of interest or concern.
Unhurt and entire are semantically related in thrive topic. In some cases you can use "Unhurt" instead an adjective "Entire".
Nearby Words: entirely, entirety
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Unhurt

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Unhurt adjective – Not injured.
Entire and unhurt are semantically related in thrive topic. You can use "Entire" instead an adjective "Unhurt".
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  • The gun doesn't fire and Ippolit is unhurt, which just leads more people to assume that he deliberately loaded the gun incorrectly, and that the entire incident was just a cry for attention.
  • And while most of the crew got off the World War II Ark Royal unhurt, the previous HMS Invincible, a battlecruiser, had an even more noticeable design flaw and blew up at Jutland with the loss of nearly the entire crew (there were just six survivors).
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