unscaved?

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i have heard people say "unscaved", meaning escaped without being injured.
but cannot find the word in dictionary. it is because my dictionary is too small, or i misunderstood the word?
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You were close: unscathed.
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Your dictionary seems to be large enough, and GG's rightEmotion: smile
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Anonymous:
Thank you
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