or un·mixt

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Origin of unmixed

First recorded in 1520–30; un-1 + mixed
Related formsun·mix·ed·ly [uhn-mik-sid-lee, -mikst-lee] /ʌnˈmɪk sɪd li, -ˈmɪkst li/, adverb
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Historical Examples of unmixed

  • The gayety of a light-hearted maiden is often unmixed with boldness, or crime.


    Lydia Maria Child

  • Duncan observed this phenomenon with natural astonishment not unmixed with awe.

    The Fortune Hunter

    Louis Joseph Vance

  • One white dot in the plain, however, gave him unmixed satisfaction.

    The Coryston Family

    Mrs. Humphry Ward

  • This goodly universe was intended for the seat of pleasure, unmixed pleasure.


    William Godwin

  • Little, little indeed have I tasted of a pure and unmixed happiness.


    William Godwin