[ UK /ʌnmˈiːdɪˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
  1. having no intervening persons, agents, conditions
    direct vote
    in direct contact with the voters
    in direct sunlight
    direct exposure to the disease
    a direct link
    the direct cause of the accident
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How To Use unmediated In A Sentence

  • Their publication gives the public unmediated and unrestricted access to this direct evidence for the first time.
  • Minimalist aesthetics and Cagean ideals shared the goal of a more direct, unmediated, authentic art experience that transgressed the boundary between art and life.
  • Rather, it asks that we trust a record of things seen and heard, a record direct and unmediated by the knowledge and opinions of others.
  • If the new telecommunications age brings unmediated democracy, what will happen to our carefully contrived constitutional system of checks and balances?
  • We do not have an immediate, unmediated access to Galilee but approach it only through maps, films, photos, books that are produced by somebody.
  • The historian - like the ethnographer - is unable to get at the self directly, in an unmediated fashion.
  • Her work is so much more about self-expression in an unmediated way than the artists you're bringing up.
  • This usually means we try avoiding menu structures and other types of abstract GUI's, but rather focus on interaction modalities that borrow their behavior from unmediated , real-world tasks.
  • By contrast, the logic of Buddhism relied on natural language and examples drawn from unmediated personal experience.
  • Her confessional work takes forms that appear rudimentary, improvised, unmediated. Times, Sunday Times
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