compromised

[kom-pruh-mahyzd]
adjective Pathology.
  1. unable to function optimally, especially with regard to immune response, owing to underlying disease, harmful environmental exposure, or the side effects of a course of treatment.

Origin of compromised

Related formsnon·com·pro·mised, adjectiveun·com·pro·mised, adjective
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Examples from the Web for uncompromised

Historical Examples of uncompromised

  • But in that case we shall enter it with uncompromised principles.

    Abraham Lincoln

    John Drinkwater

  • Americans have so far kept the peace with the uncompromised moral law of the “free and equal” rights of man.

  • The most uncompromised earthly happiness is not the portion of those who feel for the under dog, for some dog is always under.

    Dominie Dean

    Ellis Parker Butler

  • We cannot approach logical inquiry in a wholly direct and uncompromised manner.

  • His conception of God was the ordinary conception, unqualified, unmitigated, uncompromised.

    The Cradle of the Christ

    Octavius Brooks Frothingham


Word Origin and History for uncompromised
adj.

1775, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of compromise.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper