What happened in 1964 was an unredeemed and unmitigated catastrophe for Republicans and conservatives.
No one takes the trouble to recollect his contradictory opinions or his unredeemed pledges.
Do they want that the King's Message will for ever remain unfulfilled and unredeemed?
The girl's face was as it had been from the first, unredeemed evil.
Jasper, then, was an unredeemed villain, but he was anything than a fool.
If the known effects are unredeemed, the suspicion is not unnatural, that so are the unknown.
But the pallor of Max is unredeemed; it is morbid and profound.
Mary Tavy is a straggling village of unredeemed ugliness, wild and bare.
We are sold also like slaves, and lie as unredeemed pledges in taverns.
It is unenlivened by pageantry, as it is unredeemed by courtesy.
early 15c., "buy back, ransom," from Middle French redemer "buy back," from Latin redimere (see redemption). Theological sense of "deliver from sin and spiritual death" is from c.1500. Meaning "make amends for" is from 1520s. Sense of "make good" (a promise, obligation, etc.) is from 1840. Related: Redeemed; redeeming.