safe and sound
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British pronunciation/sˈeɪf and sˈaʊnd/
American pronunciation/sˈeɪf ænd sˈaʊnd/
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not damaged or injured in any way

What is the origin of the idiom "safe and sound" and when to use it?

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The idiom "safe and sound" has its origin in Middle English. This phrase is often used to express relief or reassurance after a potentially risky or dangerous situation, such as returning home from a journey or finding something or someone thought to be lost. It can also be used metaphorically to convey emotional well-being or security.

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