un·​dimmed | \ ˌən-ˈdimd How to pronounce undimmed (audio) \

Definition of undimmed

: not made dim or dimmer : not dimmed undimmed enthusiasm … the bossed silver is undimmed by handling …— George Eliot

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As an advocate for the oppressed, as a defender of the peace, as a promise, unwavering, undimmed, unequalled. Lauren Hubbard, Town & Country, "Read the Full Transcript of George W. Bush's Eulogy for John McCain," 1 Sep. 2018 Twenty years later, Williams said her competitive fire was undimmed. Ben Rothenberg, New York Times, "Her Daughter in Tow, Serena Williams Welcomes the Pressure of Wimbledon," 1 July 2018 His yearning for home, undimmed by time, was wedged in her mind. Lily Rothman, Time, "Zora Neale Hurston’s Long-Unpublished Barracoon Finds Its Place After Decades of Delay," 10 May 2018 This propensity to save, undimmed despite years of rock-bottom interest rates, and the government’s own budget surpluses are among the reasons for Germany’s high current-account surplus. Andrea Thomas, WSJ, "Germany to Cut Public-Sector Investment as Welfare Spending Rises," 2 May 2018 Smith's passion for baseball remained undimmed, however. Mark Z. Barabak, latimes.com, "He struck out at baseball, but made it big in politics. Now he's returned to his first love," 26 Mar. 2018 Baseball fans will love how Miller, who has published several books of poems and edited the magazine Poet Lore, reflects on the full game of life, writing with humor, compassion, and undimmed enthusiasm. Elizabeth Lund, chicagotribune.com, "Poetry that explores love and aggression, baseball and the natural world," 12 Mar. 2018 Incredibly, the president’s fantasy of a warmer relationship with Putin remains mostly undimmed, 10 months later, even as Robert Mueller’s Russia probe ensnares former staff, advisers, and possibly his own son-in-law. Abigail Tracy, The Hive, "Trump’s Strange Love for Putin Has Become a National Security Nightmare," 14 Dec. 2017 For Clinton fans, their ardor undimmed, the reemergence of their heroine offered an opportunity to ponder what might have been. Mark Z. Barabak, latimes.com, "Hillary Clinton, rehashing her loss in a new book, emerges to less-than-enthusiastic reviews," 12 Sep. 2017

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1723, in the meaning defined above

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