undimmed

/ (ʌnˈdɪmd) /


adjective
  1. (of eyes, light, etc) still bright or shining

  2. (of enthusiasm, admiration, etc) not diminished or lessened

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How to use undimmed in a sentence

  • His sight was undimmed and his hands steady when he closed the eyes and composed the limbs of the body on the bed.

    Hyacinth | George A. Birmingham
  • In a sky of unbroken purity, undimmed even for a moment by haze or cloud, there shone down the fierce Indian sun.

    The Astronomy of the Bible | E. Walter Maunder
  • Truly must the crystal stream of your usually undimmed intelligence have become vaporized.

    Kai Lung's Golden Hours | Ernest Bramah