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un·mit·i·gat·ed

 (ŭn-mĭt′ĭ-gā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Not diminished or moderated in intensity or severity; unrelieved: unmitigated suffering.
2. Without qualification or exception; absolute: an unmitigated lie.

un·mit′i·gat′ed·ly adv.

unmitigated

(ʌnˈmɪtɪˌɡeɪtɪd)
adj
1. not diminished in intensity, severity, etc
2. (prenominal) (intensifier): an unmitigated disaster.
unˈmitiˌgatedly adv

un•mit•i•gat•ed

(ʌnˈmɪt ɪˌgeɪ tɪd)

adj.
1. not mitigated; not softened or lessened.
2. unqualified or absolute: an unmitigated bore.
[1590]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unmitigated - not diminished or moderated in intensity or severity; sometimes used as an intensifier; "unmitigated suffering"; "an unmitigated horror"; "an unmitigated lie"
mitigated - made less severe or intense; "he gladly accepted the mitigated penalty"

unmitigated

adjective
2. complete, absolute, utter, perfect, rank, sheer, total, outright, thorough, downright, consummate, out-and-out, thoroughgoing, arrant, deep-dyed (usually derogatory) A senior policeman had called him an unmitigated liar.

unmitigated

adjective
Translations

unmitigated

[ʌnˈmɪtɪgeɪtɪd] ADJ [disaster, failure] → auténtico, verdadero; [success] → rotundo; [delight] → puro, verdadero; [nonsense] → puro; [liar, rogue] → redomado, rematado
it was an unmitigated disasterfue un auténtico or verdadero desastre

unmitigated

[ʌnˈmɪtɪgeɪtɪd] adj [disaster, failure, misery] → absolu(e)

unmitigated

adj (= not lessened) wrath, severityungemildert; (inf: = complete) disastervollkommen, total; successtotal, absolut; rubbishkomplett (inf); liar, rogueErz- (inf)

unmitigated

[ʌnˈmɪtɪˌgeɪtɪd] adj (disaster, nonsense) → totale, completo/a; (criminal, scoundrel) → incallito/a
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