undiminished

adjective
un·​di·​min·​ished | \ ˌən-də-ˈmi-nisht How to pronounce undiminished (audio) \

Definition of undiminished

: not made less, smaller, or weaker : not diminished working with undiminished enthusiasm/energy

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Gene’s fervor and paranoia are undiminished by the failure of the world to end at Y2K, despite his ample preparations. Alec Macgillis, New York Times, "She Didn’t Own a Birth Certificate or Go to School. Yet She Went On to Earn a Ph.D.," 1 Mar. 2018 Three millennia later, the appeal of plaid remains undiminished, showing up in styles the Stewarts and MacDougalls, not to mention the Cherchen Man, could never have imagined. Madeline Fass, Vogue, "How to Make Plaid Look Rad This Season," 25 Dec. 2018 Discovering Modern Jaipur The city offers a wealth of contemporary arts and culture, and its reputation as a shopping destination remains undiminished. Sarah Khan, WSJ, "Uncovering the Modern Side of Jaipur: An Insider’s Guide," 6 Nov. 2018 But the play’s paradoxical power to elicit the feelings of being both sucker punched and tickled remains undiminished, perhaps especially for American theatergoers. Ben Brantley, New York Times, "Orlando Bloom and Aidan Turner Are Drenched in Blood in London," 4 July 2018 With eight months to go before the U.K. is set to leave the European Union, the British capital’s role remains mostly undiminished, and no single other European city is close to claiming its crown. Patricia Kowsmann, WSJ, "Brexit Killing London as Financial Hub? Not Just Yet," 29 June 2018 Yet that profound expression of despair doesn’t capture the full measure of Desikan’s existence — the undiminished brilliance and ambition, the bursts of outrageous humor and the moments of gratitude and joy. Laurie Mcginley, Washington Post, "Devastated by ALS, trying to save others," 13 June 2018 Even as central banks tighten the taps on monetary policy, hunger for German debt remains undiminished. Jon Sindreu, WSJ, "Investors Can’t Get Enough German Bonds," 4 July 2018 Whatever the concerns, gambling’s popularity remains undiminished here. Tariq Panja, New York Times, "Is Britain the Future of U.S. Sports Betting?," 14 May 2018

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1587, in the meaning defined above

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undiminished

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of undiminished

: not less, smaller, or weaker

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