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unmediated

Line breaks: un|me¦di¦ated
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmiːdɪeɪtɪd
 
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Definition of unmediated in English:

adjective

Without anyone or anything intervening or acting as an intermediate; direct: History is not some unmediated story of events. It is a construct
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  • More than that, Gibson's use of ‘authentic’ languages is clearly supposed to give the impression of a direct and unmediated rendering of the story.
  • Ordinary rural women worship these non-Brahminical deities directly, unmediated by any priestly intervention.
  • In principle, in Islam there are no intermediaries between man and God, the relation being direct and unmediated.

Words that rhyme with unmediated

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