Definition of unabated
: not abated : being at full strength or force
Recent Examples of unabated from the Web
My obtuseness regarding Mexican food continued unabated until a friend mentioned the chicken green corn tamale from El Bravo in Phoenix.
His taunting of media outlets on Twitter has continued unabated, as well.
The march of zebra mussels, which can clog pipes and litter shorelines, continues across Texas unabated.
And in a scenario where emissions continued to climb unabated, almost half the Earth’s land area and three-quarters of its population would cross the danger line for 20 days or more each year.
However, Trump’s 2018 budget proposal includes unabated support for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Violent Death Reporting System, one of the databases used in the new study.
But even those calculations can seem optimistic in the face of a war that has continued unabated well into its second decade, and after many failed attempts to start talks.
DDT holds open the tiny sodium pores, allowing sodium to flow into the cell unabated.
Two days for this infection to have run amok, unabated.
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UNABATED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unabated for English Language Learners
: continuing at full strength or force without becoming weaker
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