An undamaged nuclear reactor; undamaged feelings.
This was damaged by fire in 1731; the other is undamaged.
The majority of animals taken for their fur are trapped or snared, the gun being avoided as much as possible in order that the coat may be quite undamaged.
The French, who were equal in number to the English, got away undamaged.
In normal, undamaged cells, p53 is rapidly degraded.
The laser passes through the upper epidermis leaving it undamaged.