How to use Unaffected in a sentence as an adjective

Anyway, I can't tell you with 100% certainty that MSG is healthy or not, but I can tell you that there are cultures that consume it in large quantities that seem largely unaffected.

The people using AirBnB for its proper purpose--occasional temporary "guests"--are largely unaffected by this.

What you're saying is how interviews should work: a pure talent evaluation, unaffected by any non-job-related skills. However, in practice, interviews don't necessarily work that way.

The geniuses who rejected funding this research will go about completely unaffected.

This means that if you were trying to make changes to your EC2 instances in the West using the GUI, you couldn't, even though the instances themselves were unaffected.

Sounds like always-on DRM. The rich and the technologically adept will be unaffected, but another hammer will be available for our ambivalent rulers to manipulate normal people. This shitty DRM better be opt-in.

In this movement, people of all capacities, browsers and disabilities were unaffected by the layout of a webpage, because all of it can gracefully degrade to its most basic elements. Content was king.

No, they don't want to open this up to everyone until they can confirm that ad revenue is unaffected by the changes.

Most of our users were therefore unaffected by this; however, our analysis shows that a small percentage may have had their passwords compromised.

Yeah, government users are unaffected, but I have a box and multiple DVD's full of aerial photography commissioned by private clients. Development would have been constrained on those projects without those photos.

This "experiment" is largely unaffected by this single market crash.

Maybe there’s a few cases where you noticed it and managed to overcome it, but there’s just no way you’re unaffected by it.

I seriously doubt my health is unaffected by the mold, mildew, vermin, etc. I had to live with every day.

Unaffected definitions

adjective

undergoing no change when acted upon; "entirely unaffected by each other's writings"; "fibers remained apparently unaffected by the treatment"

adjective

unaware of or indifferent to; "insensible to the suffering around him"

adjective

emotionally unmoved; "always appeared completely unmoved and imperturbable"

See also: untouched

adjective

free of artificiality; sincere and genuine; "an unaffected grace"