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un·mixed

 (ŭn-mĭkst′)
adj.
Free from other elements; pure: unmixed pleasure; an unmixed blessing.

un·mix′ed·ly (-mĭk′sĭd-lē) adv.

unmixed

(ʌnˈmɪkst)
adj
1. not constituting a compound
2. not combined with something else; pure

un•mixed

or un•mixt

(ʌnˈmɪkst)

adj.
not mixed; pure.
[1520–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unmixed - not mixed with extraneous elementsunmixed - not mixed with extraneous elements; "plain water"; "sheer wine"; "not an unmixed blessing"
pure - free of extraneous elements of any kind; "pure air and water"; "pure gold"; "pure primary colors"; "the violin's pure and lovely song"; "pure tones"; "pure oxygen"
2.unmixed - not constituting a compound
uncombined - not joined or united into one

unmixed

adjective
1. Free from extraneous elements:
2. Not diluted or mixed with other substances:
Translations

unmixed

[ˈʌnˈmɪkst] ADJsin mezcla, puro

unmixed

adj bloodunvermischt; delight, pleasurerein, ungetrübt; to be an unmixed blessingder reine Segen sein
References in classic literature ?
My tribe is the grandfather of nations, but I am an unmixed man.
Next was Tashtego, an unmixed Indian from Gay Head, the most westerly promontory of Martha's Vineyard, where there still exists the last remnant of a village of red men, which has long supplied the neighboring island of Nantucket with many of her most daring harpooneers.
Frank Churchill's accommodation on his journey, through the sad evils of sleeping two nights on the road, and express very genuine unmixed anxiety to know that he had certainly escaped catching coldwhich, however, he could not allow him to feel quite assured of himself till after another night.
I have sought to impart this relief to the more serious passages in the book, not only because I believe myself to be justified in doing so by the laws of Art -- but because experience has taught me (what the experience of my readers will doubtless confirm) that there is no such moral phenomenon as unmixed tragedy to be found in the world around us.
His face had become frozen, as it were, in a very curious look at Darnay: an intent look, deepening into a frown of dislike and distrust, not even unmixed with fear.
This Rebecca had foreseen, and for this very purpose she had hastened to mention her father's name and lineage; yet for the fair and wise daughter of Isaac was not without a touch of female weakness she could not but sigh internally when the glance of respectful admiration, not altogether unmixed with tenderness, with which Ivanhoe had hitherto regarded his unknown benefactress, was exchanged at once for a manner cold, composed, and collected, and fraught with no deeper feeling than that which expressed a grateful sense of courtesy received from an unexpected quarter, and from one of an inferior race.
If ever the rush of women into the business world was an unmixed blessing, it was when the boys of the telephone exchanges were superseded by girls.
But, as good seldom or never comes pure and unmixed, without being attended or followed by some disturbing evil that gives a shock to it, our fortune, or perhaps the curses which the Moor had hurled at his daughter (for whatever kind of father they may come from these are always to be dreaded), brought it about that when we were now in mid-sea, and the night about three hours spent, as we were running with all sail set and oars lashed, for the favouring breeze saved us the trouble of using them, we saw by the light of the moon, which shone brilliantly, a square-rigged vessel in full sail close to us, luffing up and standing across our course, and so close that we had to strike sail to avoid running foul of her, while they too put the helm hard up to let us pass.
If Europe has the merit of discovering this great mechanical power in government, by the simple agency of which the will of the largest political body may be concentred, and its force directed to any object which the public good requires, America can claim the merit of making the discovery the basis of unmixed and extensive republics.
That which is with you in Spaceland an unmixed evil, blotting out the landscape, depressing the spirits, and enfeebling the health, is by us recognized as a blessing scarcely inferior to air itself, and as the Nurse of arts and Parent of sciences.
He fascinated her, and when he drew closer to her after a short silence and took her hand she thrilled as one might thrill beneath the touch of a deity--a thrill of exaltation not unmixed with fear.
Of a sudden things became mortal that before had learnt to be immortal, and things unmixed before mixed.