none the worse for something
none the worse (for something)
Not damaged, harmed, or made worse by something. Sometimes used ironically to indicate that someone or something would be improved by doing something. I was worried that the team would be in a sorry state the morning after the company holiday party, but we were none the worse for a night of drinking and dancing. You know, your smelly old jacket would be none the worse for a trip through the washing machine.
none the ˈworse for something
1 not less valuable, attractive, enjoyable, useful, etc. because of something: It’s rather old-fashioned but none the worse for that. ♢ She’s a very strict teacher, but none the worse for that.
2 not injured or damaged by something: One of the drivers had been in a crash but, luckily, was none the worse for the experience.