Definition of unmitigated
1 : not lessened : unrelieved sufferings unmitigated by any hope of early relief
2 : being so definitely what is stated as to offer little chance of change or relief an unmitigated disaster
Examples of unmitigated in a Sentence
it looks like another one of your get-rich-quick schemes has ended in unmitigated failure
Recent Examples of unmitigated from the Web
But in the time since, the celebration of her arrival has not translated into unmitigated affection for her work.
Researchers have long warned that unmitigated climate change could cause severe financial hardship to the United States in coming decades.
Such a thing isn’t difficult, by the way, considering the palette’s improved dual-ended brush sweeps, delivers, and blends each color with unmitigated ease.
Because of the unmitigated ignorance of the White House idiot, the U.S. will now join the other two dictators who did not sign the Paris Climate Accord: Syria and Nicaragua.
The war was an unmitigated disaster for the Palestinians.
Herzog avoids telling a story of unmitigated success: As some astute critics noted, PTSD came with the price of amoralizing trauma, blurring lines between survivors of Nazi camps and US soldiers, between victims and perpetrators.
Zack Greinke’s first season in Arizona was an unmitigated disaster.
All that said, his Fyre Festival is an unmitigated disaster.
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Definition of unmitigated for English Language Learners
: complete and total
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