not alloyed with other metals; pure: unalloyed zinc.
total; utter: unalloyed bliss.
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How to use unalloyed in a sentence
The change is an unalloyed good: It makes us more humane and our relationships more real.
Yet, while admitting that TMZ sometimes performs a valuable public service, not everyone is an unalloyed fan.How TMZ Claims Its Celebrity Scalps, Like Ray Rice | Lloyd Grove | September 10, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Along with Vanguard, it is one of the few unalloyed forces for good in the asset-management world.Roger Ferguson Is Wall Street’s Fantasy for Federal Reserve Chairman | Daniel Gross | September 24, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
But this does not therefore mean that it will be an unalloyed good.
Makine has control over an unalloyed contemplative unhappiness that is almost stereotypically Russian.
The hour consumed in the examination of the artist's pictured treasures, was, to Ida, one of unalloyed delight.Alone | Marion Harland
I had been in Paris three weeks, and they had been weeks of unalloyed delight.The Rose of Old St. Louis | Mary Dillon
The expression on Captain Mayo's face did not indicate unalloyed delight when he heard this "good news."Blow The Man Down | Holman Day
It was of heavy unalloyed gold, thickly stamped with an inscription in Arabic characters.A Frontier Mystery | Bertram Mitford
It sprang from unalloyed religious intolerance; and it was as suicidal as it was uncalled for and cruel.Beacon Lights of History, Volume VII | John Lord
British Dictionary definitions for unalloyed
not mixed or intermingled with any other thing; pure: unalloyed metal; unalloyed pleasure
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