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  1. Muddled
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    unharmedly

    Is this a real word? If so, does it have different implication to unharmed?

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    Re: unharmedly

    I've never heard it. In the context of someone doing something without being harmed, I'd expect an adjective or adjectival phrase: 'He got through unharmed/unscathed/without a scratch, or even 'He survived intact'.

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