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Definition of "uncompromised" []

  • Not compromised, without defects. (adjective)

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Use "uncompromised" in a sentence
  • "The "uncompromised" adjective refers to its inclusion of Adobe's Flash Player -- banned on the iPad but which will ship on upcoming tablets running Google's Android operating system."
  • "Capcom claims the game is an "uncompromised" version of Street Fighter IV, with "a roster pulled from recent console releases, including several classic and newly introduced fighters.""
  • "From Supergrass 'likeable ear for a tune to the gleeful absurdity of Space, there's a wealth of influences pulled in and elasticised, glued together by a playfulness that comes with the kind of uncompromised, innocent satisfaction you get by simply having a good time."