none the worse for wear

none the worse for wear
not hurt or damaged, still in good condition, okay
  

The immigrants were none the worse for wear after their wagon trip across the prairie.


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  • none the worse for something — none the worse (for (something)) not damaged or hurt despite something. It was cold and windy during the parade but we were none the worse for the weather. Usage notes: often used in the form none the worse for wear in good condition despite hard …   New idioms dictionary

  • none the worse for — none the worse (for (something)) not damaged or hurt despite something. It was cold and windy during the parade but we were none the worse for the weather. Usage notes: often used in the form none the worse for wear in good condition despite hard …   New idioms dictionary

  • worse for wear — {adj. phr.} Not as good as new; worn out; damaged by use. Used with the . * /Her favorite tablecloth was beginning to look the worse for wear./ Often used with none to mean: as good as new. * /The doll was Mary s favorite toy but it was none the… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • worse for wear — {adj. phr.} Not as good as new; worn out; damaged by use. Used with the . * /Her favorite tablecloth was beginning to look the worse for wear./ Often used with none to mean: as good as new. * /The doll was Mary s favorite toy but it was none the… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • worse for wear — ◇ Someone or something that is slightly/somewhat/much (etc.) (the) worse for wear looks worse after doing or experiencing something. He came out of basic training only slightly the worse for wear. The kids emerged from the woods looking none the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • none the worse — (for (something)) not damaged or hurt despite something. It was cold and windy during the parade but we were none the worse for the weather. Usage notes: often used in the form none the worse for wear in good condition despite hard use or a… …   New idioms dictionary

  • worse\ for\ wear — adj. phr. Not as good as new; worn out; damaged by use. Used with the . Her favorite tablecloth was beginning to look the worse for wear. Often used with none to mean: as good as new. The doll was Mary s favorite toy but it was none the worse for …   Словарь американских идиом

  • worse for wear — See none the worse for wear …   English idioms

  • none the — we were left none the wiser: NOT AT ALL, not a bit, not the slightest bit, in no way, by no means any. → none * * * none the (followed by compar adj) in no way, to no degree • • • Main Entry: ↑none * * * none the used in phrases with adjectives… …   Useful english dictionary

  • The Puritan — The Puritan, or the Widow of Watling Street is an anonymous Jacobean stage comedy, first published in 1607. It is often attributed to Thomas Middleton, but also belongs to the Shakespeare Apocrypha due to its title page attribution to W.S. .Date… …   Wikipedia

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