Examples of unalloyed in a Sentence
the unalloyed happiness that marriage has brought them
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Yet while a clear setback for the Taliban, the battle to dislodge the insurgents from Farah wasn’t an unalloyed success for the government of President Ashraf Ghani.
But the week was not without unalloyed successes—and my favorite of them belongs to the Brewers’ Freddy Peralta, who made his big-league debut on Sunday at Coors Field.
The weird thing is that Trump doesn’t seem to have learned the lesson that constantly trying to spin a historically volatile economic measure as an unalloyed good thing can carry a risk.
The government is not an unalloyed good that should be considered immune from criticism, by any stretch of the imagination.
The Clean Air Act is one of the unalloyed triumphs of the federal regulatory system, and one of the true achievements of what used to be the Republican Party.
Nor have investors been unalloyed winners: Their returns, as a proportion of companies’ net income, haven’t risen, suggesting Japanese firms aren’t getting any more generous with dividends.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s first term in office was an unalloyed success, according to Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Unlike other exiles, who typically bemoan chaos in their homelands, Mr. Hockney is still a British citizen and speaks about Queen Elizabeth II with unalloyed admiration.
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UNALLOYED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unalloyed for English Language Learners
: not mixed with something else
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