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unconditionally

[ uhn-kuhn-di-shuh-nuh-lee ]
/ ˌʌn kənˈdɪ ʃə nə li /
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adverb

in a way that is not limited by requirements or conditions; absolutely: Our pets love us unconditionally, and they depend on us for their care and well-being.We urge the government to immediately and unconditionally release all those who remain unlawfully detained.

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