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

Examples of undiminished in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Your spirit remains undiminished by exposure to some of life’s realities, but not everyone shares your generosity. Tribune Content Agency, oregonlive, "Horoscope for Oct. 11, 2020: Aries, think before you act; Scorpio, set ambitions aside for now," 11 Oct. 2020 Barrow followed sports in general, and running in particular, with undiminished enthusiasm throughout his life. Paul Davies, Scientific American, "In Memoriam: John D. Barrow," 10 Oct. 2020 Approaching paintings in terms of impact, these latest portrayals attest to Mr. Hockney’s undiminished ambition for the medium so central to his achievement. Roberta Smith, New York Times, "David Hockney: A Life in Drawing," 1 Oct. 2020 The album also reveals misgivings, recriminations and regrets alongside Keys' undiminished musicality. Star Tribune, "On new album, Alicia Keys offers a message of uplift tinged with regret," 24 Sep. 2020 After three weeks of protests against police violence, the energy of the demonstrations remains undiminished. The New Republic, "The Political Power of Protests," 17 June 2020 Our desire to board a plane or enjoy a Broadway show remains undiminished. Jeffrey C. Friedman, WSJ, "Buildings Beef Up Security in the Coronavirus Age," 27 May 2020 Trump’s soapbox remains undiminished; howls of anti-conservative discrimination draw new sustenance; and many of Trump’s critics say Twitter didn’t go far enough. Gilad Edelman, Wired, "Twitter Finally Fact Checked Trump. It's a Bit of a Mess," 27 May 2020 The malice and ineptitude of the White House’s response to the crisis remains undiminished. Osita Nwanevu, The New Republic, "The Election Will Not Be Judgment Day," 12 May 2020

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First Known Use of undiminished

1587, in the meaning defined above

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“Undiminished.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/undiminished. Accessed 18 Apr. 2021.

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undiminished

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of undiminished

: not less, smaller, or weaker

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