unadulterated

adjective
un·​adul·​ter·​at·​ed | \ ˌən-ə-ˈdəl-tə-ˌrā-təd How to pronounce unadulterated (audio) \

Definition of unadulterated

1 : not adulterated : pure unadulterated food
2 : complete, unqualified an unadulterated fool

Other Words from unadulterated

unadulteratedly adverb

Examples of unadulterated in a Sentence

an unadulterated solution is required for the experiment the unadulterated nonsense that you sometimes hear from political pundits on TV
Recent Examples on the Web Blanco tequila is not typically aged -- it is meant to express a more unadulterated form of the agave flavors and is sometimes let to stand in a steel tank. Anna Kaufman, USA TODAY, 22 July 2022 For Illumination, the reception is an unadulterated triumph and reaffirms the company and its founder Chris Meledandri’s penchant for finding commercially viable properties while keeping costs low to maximize profits. Rebecca Rubin, Variety, 5 July 2022 Moreover, retrieving the unadulterated datasets would be very challenging. Stu Sjouwerman, Forbes, 15 July 2022 Distinctive fragrances with a sensual finish for both men and women, and there's something for everyone and every occasion with a myriad of blends donning fresh, floral, spicy and unadulterated rich notes. Felicity Carter, Forbes, 1 July 2022 The spicy and warm blend of vetiver, vanilla, and sandalwood masks unwanted odor with a winning aroma that is derived from unadulterated essential oils. Grooming Playbook, The Salt Lake Tribune, 12 June 2022 There is power in this collaboration between sitter and photographer, and unadulterated joy, too. The New Yorker, 1 June 2022 The filmography of Cronenberg has been one that has brought unadulterated respect from cinephiles, while never having the populist appeal to breakout into huge commercial translations or awards attention. Clayton Davis, Variety, 5 June 2022 One such sub was r/MakeupAddiction, one of the most unadulterated beauty spaces on the internet. Alaina Demopoulos, Allure, 2 June 2022 See More

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First Known Use of unadulterated

circa 1719, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of unadulterated was circa 1719

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31 Jul 2022

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“Unadulterated.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unadulterated. Accessed 10 Aug. 2022.

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