undiluted

[ dih-loot, dahy-; adjective dahy-loot ]SEE DEFINITION OF undiluted
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNDILUTED

Christmas Day was a day of undiluted triumph for Father Letheby.

I have a special, undiluted dislike of one picture,—the Magnificat.

Truth, when undiluted, is too strong a medicine for many minds.

Gwenlyn finds the undiluted society of Talents a bit wearing.

He was looking forward to it now with feelings of undiluted satisfaction.

He poured a full glass, undiluted, for himself, and held it up to the light.

The talk about teaching is, to my thinking, undiluted twaddle.

This is often due to the fact that it is taken raw and undiluted.

There are so many things in this world that I skip, as I skip the undiluted Dickens!

In practice, however, the lean-to is not always an undiluted joy.

WORD ORIGIN

1756, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of dilute.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNDILUTED

concentrated

adjectivecondensed, reduced
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