Definition of unmitigated in English:



  • attributive Absolute; unqualified.

    ‘the tour had been an unmitigated disaster’
    • ‘The unmitigated disaster that administration produced paved the way for Republican ascendency.’
    • ‘That claim will be utter, unmitigated, fully-fledged nonsense.’
    • ‘Democracy does not mean unmitigated majority rule, but recognition and cultivation of minorities.’
    • ‘The end result is a response that falls into either unmitigated disaster or total bliss as to an evaluation of the state of my mind.’
    • ‘Pure invective, unmitigated by any sophistication, subtlety or decorum.’
    • ‘It appears that the more thoughtful realise that an evacuation of a Swedish city would be a complete and unmitigated disaster.’
    • ‘When it comes to pure, unmitigated, no-strings-attached martial arts action this delivers the goods.’
    • ‘The utter sanctity of the Green movement; the unmitigated evil of nuclear power.’
    • ‘For all its vaunted economic metal-bashing success as a homogenous nation, Germany has been an unmitigated, ghastly failure.’
    • ‘It's like the EU: brilliant idea in theory, but an absolute bloody mishandled, unmitigated disaster.’
    • ‘Anyhow, Will does have a good column up about the unmitigated liberalism of the American professoriate.’
    • ‘It's a long time since I heard such unmitigated snobbery.’
    • ‘As she rested her head on his shoulder and closed her sore eyes, his expression of sadness swiftly turned to one of pure, unmitigated triumph.’
    • ‘Become inebriated, do not fight it, revel in the sheer joy of unmitigated excess and alcohol induced stupidity.’
    • ‘In a society overdosing on unmitigated capitalism, it's not just a matter of scant disposable income.’
    • ‘The Magic Roundabout gets an almost unmitigated thumbs down’
    • ‘Don't buy into it: it's unmitigated propaganda intended to silence you.’
    • ‘The Manila water privatisation hasn't been an unmitigated success.’
    • ‘From Berlin, Bill Allen reports on how Germans are digging in against what they see as an unmitigated attack on the language of Goethe and Schiller.’
    absolute, unqualified, unconditional, categorical, complete, total, thoroughgoing, downright, outright, utter, out-and-out, unadulterated, unalloyed, undiluted, unmixed, untempered, unmoderated, unmodified, unabated, undiminished, unmollified, unsoftened, unredeemed, unambiguous, unequivocal, veritable, perfect, consummate, pure, sheer, rank, in every way, positive, real, deep-dyed
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