Definition of unconditional in English:

unconditional

Line breaks: un|con¦di¦tion¦al
Pronunciation: /ʌnkənˈdɪʃ(ə)n(ə)l
 
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adjective

Not subject to any conditions: unconditional surrender
More example sentences
  • If war is a matter of national survival, then the only acceptable outcome is unconditional surrender.
  • There must be more to things than just conditional attachment or unconditional detachment.
  • Subjection is unconditional and must not be re-evaluated in the light of experience.
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unconditionality

Pronunciation: /-ˈnalɪti/
noun
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  • Then there is love you have for your spouse or significant other - it tends to be unconditional to a point - but in most cases, you do choose who you love and so that unconditionality is limited.
  • Trust, by contrast, emerges only as an element of a very particular type of unconditionality, one based upon the autonomous acts of individuals.
  • A fierce battle must be fought against this situation in the National Socialist spirit, and this spirit cannot be allowed to be suffocated by humanizing, Christian ideas that suppress its unconditionality…

unconditionally

adverb
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  • And she was absolutely, unconditionally devoted to me, though that may not have been a good thing.
  • But then to be loved, it is imperative to love selflessly, fully, unconditionally.
  • The right to divorce is totally and unconditionally [almost] granted to the husband.

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