appear, be, look
continue, remain, stay
leave sth
completely, totally
almost, nearly (esp. AmE), practically, virtually
largely, mostly, pretty much, substantially
basically, essentially, fundamentally

The school appeared essentially unchanged since my day.


She was the only one of us unchanged by events.

Unchanged is used with these nouns: ↑rate

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