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unmitigated  (ʌnˈmɪtɪˌɡeɪtɪd



  1. not diminished in intensity, severity, etc
  2. (prenominal) (intensifier)   ⇒ an unmitigated disaster

Derived Forms

unˈmitiˌgatedly  adverb


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= unrelieved, relentless, unalleviated, intense, harsh, grim, persistent, oppressive, unbroken, unqualified, unabated, undiminished, unmodified, unredeemed
= complete, absolute, utter, perfect, rank, sheer, total, outright, thorough, downright, consummate, out-and-out, thoroughgoing, arrant, deep-dyed (usually derogatory)

Translations for 'unmitigated'

  • British English: unmitigated You use unmitigated to emphasize that a bad situation or quality is totally bad. ADJECTIVELast year's cotton crop was an unmitigated disaster.
  • Brazilian Portuguese: não mitigado
  • Chinese: 全然的 >强调糟糕程度
  • European Spanish: absoluto absoluta
  • French: absolu absolue
  • German: total
  • Italian: totale
  • Japanese: >まったくの悪いことを強調して
  • Korean: > 악화된더할 나위 없이
  • Portuguese: não mitigado não mitigada
  • Spanish: absoluto absoluta

Example Sentences Including 'unmitigated'

Now, she would gladly exchange unmitigated boredom for the quivering nerves that alerted her to every shadow.
Fraser, Anthea Pretty Maids all in a Row
You killed her in a car smash, and now you're trying to concoct some unmitigated crap to explain away your guilt.
Dobbs, Michael The Touch of Innocents
If Scott-Hughes or the boys from Coastal Command were listening, there was the potential for an unmitigated disaster.
Terman, Douglas Cormorant


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