unconditionally

[ uhn-kuhn-dish-uh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF unconditionally
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She surrendered to him unconditionally, and hoped only for his forgiveness and love.

All they could do was to submit, absolutely and unconditionally.

His usual expression was unconditionally approving and attentive.

It left her, simply and unconditionally, everything of which Saxham was possessed.

Brooke's terms were unconditionally accepted, and Makota outlawed.

The treaty of Utrecht was signed by Philip V., and unconditionally.

The oath was put to them without conditions, and unconditionally taken.

Illustrious novelist has unconditionally and absolutely declined.

The maker of a note is liable absolutely and unconditionally.

On February 18th he was unconditionally restored to the second grade.

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