Free from other elements; pure: unmixed pleasure; an unmixed blessing. (adjective)
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Use "unmixed" in a sentence
"The vinyl version features songs in unmixed extended form. 9 tracks including a phat cover of Daft Punk's classic "Teachers"."
"Nothing would have pleased the old man better than a rough-and-tumble campaign against the Satpuras, whom he, as an "unmixed" Bhil, despised; but he had a duty to all his nation as Jan Chinn's interpreter; and he devoutly believed that forty plagues would fall on his village if he tampered with that obligation."
"Then the Major sat on the bed and whistled; for the spectacle of the senior native commissioned officer of the regiment, an "unmixed" Bhil, a Companion of the Order of British India, with thirty-five years 'spotless service in the army, and a rank among his own people superior to that of many"