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Etymology 1Edit

From Middle English unbroken, from Old English unġebrocen (unbroken), equivalent to un- +‎ broken. Cognate with Dutch ongebroken (unbroken), German Low German unbroken (unbroken), German ungebrochen (unbroken).

AdjectiveEdit

unbroken (not comparable)

  1. Whole, not divided into parts.
    After the vase had fallen down the flight of stairs we were amazed to find it still unbroken.
  2. Of a horse, not tamed.
    There is something majestic about the spirit of an unbroken mustang as it runs wild across the prairie.
  3. Continuous, without interruption.
    The team's unbroken winning streak was a record.
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Etymology 2Edit

From unbreak.

VerbEdit

unbroken

  1. past participle of unbreak