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Word: unmitigated

Definition: (of something bad) not moderated; unrelieved or immoderate; without qualification; absolute; Ex. unmitigated disaster


Sentences Containing 'unmitigated'

'My dear,' said Mr. Micawber, with some heat, 'it may be better for me to state distinctly, at once, that if I were to develop my views to that assembled group, they would possibly be found of an offensive nature: my impression being that your family are, in the aggregate, impertinent Snobs; and, in detail, unmitigated Ruffians.'
He never used to swear, though, at his men, they said; but somehow he got an inordinate quantity of cruel, unmitigated hard work out of them.
In a letter to Dr Pepper, Rose's lawyer Alan Gutman said "The redemption scheme your company clumsily implemented for this offer was an unmitigated disaster which defrauded consumers and, in the eyes of vocal fans, ruined "Chinese Democracy"'s release."
New Hollywood excess culminated in two unmitigated financial disasters: Michael Cimino's "Heaven's Gate" (1980) and Francis Ford Coppola's "One from the Heart" (1982).
The subsequent unmitigated success of the German "Blitzkrieg" in France and the complete collapse of the French defense shocked even the Germans.
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