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immune

Med protected against a specific disease by inoculation or as the result of innate or acquired resistance

immune

[i′myün]
(immunology)
Safe from attack; protected against a disease by an innate or an acquired immunity.
Pertaining to or conferring immunity.
References in classic literature ?
Lady Arabella's cold nature rendered her immune to anything in the way of pain or trouble concerning others.
She was the cannibal of the seas, and scarce needed that watchful eye, for she floated immune in the horror of her name.
Where were those uncanny, guardian powers that had formerly rendered him immune from the dangers of surprise?