- not broken; whole and intact; in one piece
"fortunately the other lens is unbroken"
- marked by continuous or uninterrupted extension in space or time or sequence
"cars in an unbroken procession"
"the unbroken quiet of the afternoon"
- not subdued or trained for service or use
- (especially of promises or contracts) not violated or disregarded
- How could there be unbroken eggs under a toppled nest?
- Our country has enjoyed many years of unbroken peace.
- Our transactions with that firm have continued unbroken since my father's generation.
- Unbroken happiness is a bore: it should have ups and downs.
- In nostalgic moments we may tend to think of childhood as a time of almost unbroken happiness.
- the packaging is unbroken unless in current use.
- the packaging is unbroken unless in current use
- that the packaging is unbroken unless in current use.
- Unbroken horses shall not be transported on long journeys.
- Unbroken Equidae shall not be transported in groups of more than four individuals.
- Domestic Equidae older than eight months shall wear halters during transport except for unbroken horses.
- ‘unbroken Equidae’ means Equidae that cannot be tied or led by a halter without causing avoidable excitement, pain or suffering;