Not diminished or moderated in intensity or severity; unrelieved: unmitigated suffering. (adjective)
Without qualification or exception; absolute: an unmitigated lie. (adjective)
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Use "unmitigated" in a sentence
"At a gathering at the offices of Thomson Reuters, Gladwell and Martin talked about how talent compensation has run amok in America and the repercussions of what they call unmitigated greed."
"So, if I show a single qualification or exception, then "unmitigated" is incorrect."
"I call unmitigated Shenanigans. 300 people may have died for whatever reason, but it was not radiation poisoning."