Definition of unmitigated in English:

unmitigated

Syllabification: un·mit·i·gat·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈmidəˌɡādəd
 
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adjective

[attributive]
Absolute; unqualified: the tour had been an unmitigated disaster
More example sentences
  • It's like the EU: brilliant idea in theory, but an absolute bloody mishandled, unmitigated disaster.
  • It appears that the more thoughtful realise that an evacuation of a Swedish city would be a complete and unmitigated disaster.
  • 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.
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unmitigatedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • I did miss his nifty moves, but given that every fast Asian pop song I have ever heard has been unmitigatedly terrible, it was probably the right decision to stick with the ballad and the smooth mid-tempo number.
  • It would be splendidly ironic if the one unmitigatedly good thing he had done is the one thing that would bring him down, but I can't say I'll miss him. 90% of the time he just annoys me.
  • This isn't unmitigatedly good news, however, as I also have to finish off the Greenbelt talks before the end of next week, and I'm back at work on Wednesday doing student enrolment.

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