You think back to their arrival that day, to their undiminished pride.
These issues took a backseat during the 2010 elections, but their power to motivate these voters is undiminished.
He had an undiminished sense of the possible, and how to push the boundaries.
But every second of our short interaction has stayed with me, undiminished by the passing of more than a decade.
When seen at all, her tower was pure white and undiminished.
"He has done so," replied the countess, with undiminished stateliness.
He hugged his friend a little closer but with undiminished confidence.
She wanted him to see that her love was undiminished, and that he could count on it.
Then, seeing us follow at undiminished speed, it would straighten out again and dart away like an arrow.
Heliet answered her gently, gravely, but held her own with undiminished calmness.
early 15c., from merger of two obsolete verbs, diminue and minish. Diminue is from Old French diminuer "make small," from Latin diminuere "break into small pieces," variant of deminuere "lessen, diminish," from de- "completely" + minuere "make small" (see minus).
Minish is from Old French menuisier, from Latin minuere. Related: Diminished; diminishes; diminishing.