Origin of unmitigated
SYNONYMS FOR unmitigated
Related formsun·mit·i·gat·ed·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for unmitigated
It was an unmitigated disaster, and Lee compares it to the healthcare.gov rollout.
The British aristocracy is littered with stories of unmitigated spendthrifts who seem bent on self-destruction.
The unmitigated gall Kennedy displays in defaming the hard work of dedicated researchers is bad enough.
To some of the more butt-clenched users of Gmail, having things all compartmentalized like this is a pure, unmitigated disaster.Gmail Priority Inbox Freakout: Calm Down, Guys, Opting Out Is Easy|Winston Ross|July 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
What happened in 1964 was an unredeemed and unmitigated catastrophe for Republicans and conservatives.
"We will have a day of unmitigated pleasure," her father had said to her, and the words had at the time been like a sharp stab.We Two|Edna Lyall
Protoplasm, whether living or lifeless, is equally itself; but unaqueous water is unmitigated gibberish.Old-Fashioned Ethics and Common-Sense Metaphysics|William Thomas Thornton
Our friend's theory is certainly ingenious and novel, and goes far to prove that exploitation is not an unmitigated evil.Cannibals all!|George Fitzhugh
The unmitigated sentence reduced her to feeble plaintiveness.The Confounding of Camelia|Anne Douglas Sedgwick
The prejudice of race would be restored with unmitigated violence.