Definition of unconditionally in US English:

unconditionally

adverb

  • Without conditions or limits.

    ‘the enemy forces surrendered unconditionally’
    ‘to be loved unconditionally is to be loved for who we are’
    • ‘Reform has never made "demands for the Irish state to fully and unconditionally participate at official level in Remembrance Day ceremonies".’
    • ‘She is a journalist trying to write about America's politics, which she hates, without railing unconditionally against America itself.’
    • ‘Those belonging to the orthodox school of thought view India as being unconditionally hostile to Pakistan.’
    • ‘They are bound to obey unconditionally the captain's orders.’
    • ‘You can also filter photographs rather than block them all unconditionally.’

Pronunciation

unconditionally

/ˌənkənˈdiSH(ə)n(ə)lē//ˌənkənˈdɪʃ(ə)n(ə)li/