- not alloyed with other metals; pure: unalloyed zinc.
- total; utter: unalloyed bliss.
Origin of unalloyed
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Our first evening in that house was made up of hours of unalloyed bliss.
It would only worry her, and our vacation was to be a season of unalloyed delight.
- not mixed or intermingled with any other thing; pureunalloyed metal; unalloyed pleasure
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Word Origin and History for unalloyed
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