View definitions for unmitigated



Discover More

Example Sentences

The development of safe and highly effective vaccines in record time is an unmitigated triumph, exceeding even the most optimistic projections.

From Time

The sale of ghost gun kits at gun shows across the state allows the unmitigated flow of these firearms into communities all over the state, threatening public safety and obstructing the ability of law enforcement to solve crimes.

When you have unmitigated spread, then that’s more fuel you give to the virus to make these mistakes, and the stronger viruses will pop out.

From Time

It wasn’t a vacation, per se, but it was getting out of town amid an unmitigated disaster.

Out of the game’s first 11 plays, three were unmitigated catastrophes for the Steelers.

It was an unmitigated disaster, and Lee compares it to the rollout.

The British aristocracy is littered with stories of unmitigated spendthrifts who seem bent on self-destruction.

And worse, we have seen unmitigated hate spewed by some Republicans that could inspire hate crimes.

The unmitigated gall Kennedy displays in defaming the hard work of dedicated researchers is bad enough.

To some of the more butt-clenched users of Gmail, having things all compartmentalized like this is a pure, unmitigated disaster.

It changed all the benevolence of her nature into wrathful bitterness and unmitigated contempt.

In Brazil, the slave-trade exists in full force; in Cuba, it is unmitigated in its extent and horrors.

He could not believe that for these frailties, he would be driven into an existence of unmitigated pain.

The boys all flocked round him, and received the intelligence with unmitigated pleasure.

Every line of his face and figure suggested unmitigated tragedy.

Synonym of the Day

Which one is a synonym for obscure?Get the answer

Start each day with the Synonym of the Day in your inbox!

By clicking "Sign Up", you are accepting Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policies.

On this page you'll find 78 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unmitigated, such as: sheer, unadulterated, unqualified, arrant, austere, and clear-cut.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.