How To Use Unmitigated In A Sentence

  • I went on my first date in 7 years 2 weeks ago - what a total, unmitigated disaster!
  • It cannot be that the unmitigated and disgusting selfism of Louis Philippe, and his efforts to ally himself with every crowned head in Europe -- not for the glory of France, but for his own -- will much longer be overlooked or their perils masked. Edmond Dantès
  • The evening was an unmitigated disaster.
  • The conference begins this week against a backdrop of unmitigated gloom.
  • It's a long time since I heard such unmitigated snobbery.
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  • The Manila water privatisation hasn't been an unmitigated success.
  • It is not surprising that a woman, young, beautiful and vivacious, living in a court where corruption was all around her, where an unmarried empress was rendering herself notorious by her gallantries, stung to the quick by the utter neglect of her husband, insulted by the presence of his mistresses, and disgusted by his unmitigated boobyism, should have sought solace in the friendship of others. The Empire of Russia
  • Given the precarious balance between a successful trip and an unmitigated tragedy, it seems naive that people externalise risk in the belief that ‘it will never happen to me.’
  • It's like the EU: brilliant idea in theory, but an absolute bloody mishandled, unmitigated disaster.
  • Boiled down, this philosophy of deception preys on those who feel admonished or invalidated in life, "cuckolded", as a way to redemption, so long as you "just trust me" with unmitigated loyalty. Wake Up Time for the "Stupid White Man"
  • The poem touches on loss, and has its own moody tinge, but an unmitigated sadness is not the effect.
  • Sands and Eastman, Limericked, Victuallers, went and, with his unmitigated astonissment, hickicked at the dun and dorass against all the runes and, when challenged about the pretended hick (it was kickup and down with him) on his solemn by the imputant imputed, said simply: I appop pie oath, Phillyps Captain. Finnegans Wake
  • Last year's cotton crop was an unmitigated disaster.
  • They usually bark when there is a stranger about, but it is an expression of unmitigated joy at the chance to meet somebody new, not a warning. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Loving Our Dogs
  • The end result is a response that falls into either unmitigated disaster or total bliss as to an evaluation of the state of my mind.
  • Become inebriated, do not fight it, revel in the sheer joy of unmitigated excess and alcohol induced stupidity.
  • Still, for unmitigated black-hearted villainy, forget Swan Lake and consider the contemporary dance repertoire.
  • The unmitigated disaster that administration produced paved the way for Republican ascendency.
  • It rests with the re-United States, by a just and successful treatment of the still formidable negro question, [B] to persuade unreluctant minds in the Old Country that slavery is, in very deed, the unmitigated wrong and nuisance which they used to reckon it; and those who have sympathized with the North look confidently for this ultimate result. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 100, February, 1866
  • The pleasure of the text is unmitigated by the monstrous unfairness that these torments would entail if they were visited upon an actual mature unmarried woman.
  • A similar performance then would be an unmitigated disaster, with the Battle of Britain likely to be no more than a bloodbath.
  • For all its vaunted economic metal-bashing success as a homogenous nation, this country has been an unmitigated, ghastly failure.
  • The whole venture has been an unmitigated disaster.
  • The Magic Roundabout gets an almost unmitigated thumbs down
  • This was an unmitigated good, and one that is politically above the reproach of critical interrogation.
  • June 29th, 2007 at 12: 44 pm that means the knicks might actually win the battle of the boards a fair amount of the time, which is an unmitigated basketball good. Matthew Yglesias » Randolph to New York
  • She looked back into the hideous square hall, with its rows of chattering anticipant people, and up to the gallery packed with faces dyed yellowish drab by the near unmitigated gas sunburst, and she smiled brilliantly. The Judge
  • At a gathering at the offices of Thomson Reuters, Gladwell and Martin talked about how talent compensation has run amok in America and the repercussions of what they call unmitigated greed. Forbes.com: News
  • I was packin 'a couple of black eyes, the particulars of which is extramundane to this case, an' the barkeep, defendant here's alleged brother, asked certain pertinent an 'unmitigated questions concernin' the aforesaid black eyes. Prairie Flowers
  • Last year's cotton crop was an unmitigated disaster.
  • In a society overdosing on unmitigated capitalism, it's not just a matter of scant disposable income.
  • The name alone is enough to strike fearsome loathing in some and unmitigated adulation in others.
  • Not a blow is struck, but this is unmitigated domestic violence.
  • Here is Unmitigated Local England, local people enjoying local pleasures - sheep tweeked and preened for the sheepwalk (one judging category reads: Three Threaves Mule or Masham), foxhounds snuffling for the biscuits in a huntsman's coat. Show Sunday
  • Democracy does not mean unmitigated majority rule, but recognition and cultivation of minorities.
  • And then, somebody had the unmitigated gall to shop those tapes around to media outlets in order to sell them to the highest bidder.
  • He bought shirt – pins; wore a ring on his third finger; read poetry; bribed a cheap miniature – painter to perpetrate a faint resemblance to a youthful face, with a curtain over his head, six large books in the background, and an open country in the distance (this he called his portrait); ‘went on’ altogether in such an uproarious manner, that the three Miss Dounces went off on small pensions, he having made the tenement in Cursitor – street too warm to contain them; and in short, comported and demeaned himself in every respect like an unmitigated old Sketches by Boz
  • Last year's cotton crop was an unmitigated disaster.
  • It contains a few rude bits which helped to get the book censored in 1922 for ‘unmitigated filth and obscenity’.
  • This protest may go down in history as the watershed event that sparked an unprecedented global revolution against unmitigated corporate power.
  • At this display of geographical accuracy Dot fairly cheered, and rocked herself to and fro in unmitigated enjoyment. The Brownies and Other Tales
  • As she rested her head on his shoulder and closed her sore eyes, his expression of sadness swiftly turned to one of pure, unmitigated triumph.
  • If the cold of winter were to continue unmitigated from year to year, without the genial influence of summer, the human race, as is apparent in polar regions and upland mountainous districts, would degenerate into dwarfishness. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 321, July 5, 1828
  • To an outsider this seemed a quite natural progression, but within the West Indies it was not greeted with unmitigated delight.
  • Therefore, as he sat behind his cluttered desk amidst the disaster area that was the kindest way to describe his office, Aldo Corsi regarded the man who now stood before him wearing a Starfleet uniform with an expression of unmitigated contempt. Home Fires
  • From Lowry's perspective, by contrast, national particularism can never be an unmitigatedly constructive force.
  • His wife was the daughter of a laundress, in whose house he had lodged thirty years ago, when new to London but already long-acquainted with hunger; they lived in complete harmony, but Mrs Hinks, who was four years the elder, still spoke the laundress tongue, unmitigated and immitigable. New Grub Street
  • His narrative is one of unmitigated Spanish rapaciousness and violence and Indian innocence and moral purity.
  • The defendant then has the unmitigated gall to blame his recent bankruptcy on these court proceedings.
  • When it comes to pure, unmitigated, no-strings-attached martial arts action this delivers the goods.
  • Pure invective, unmitigated by any sophistication, subtlety or decorum.
  • Here, tonight, I write to you stripped of all dignity and pride, in an unmitigated plea for help.
  • Become inebriated, do not fight it, revel in the sheer joy of unmitigated excess and alcohol induced stupidity.
  • Most of the rioters could never have expected the riots to bring about any specific political reforms, but instead engaged in them simply as a staging of anguished, despairing, and defiant political street-theater, the value of which inhered in the unmitigated violence through which the dialogue was communicated to a national audience. Matthew Yglesias » Endgame
  • That claim will be utter, unmitigated, fully-fledged nonsense.
  • Unless the BJP has a change of heart after its Goa conclave, the Prime Minister must expect unmitigated hostility from the main Opposition party.
  • Most will be skewed in an alchemic attempt to put the face of success on an unmitigated disaster. Michael Brenner: Playing God in the Middle East
  • an unmitigated horror
  • It is remembered in Rodinsky's Room by Rachel Lichtenstein and Iain Sinclair, the documenter of Unmitigated England's edgier areas. Unexpected Alphabets No 1
  • The fogs were a protection from prying vessels, but the calms proved to be an unmitigated nuisance. Ralph Granger's Fortunes
  • The one was a strict observer of the laws of propriety and an almost exclusive frequenter of fashionable society; the other, on the contrary, had an unmitigated scorn for the so - called proprieties and so-called good society. Frederic Chopin as a Man and Musician
  • Now, she would gladly exchange unmitigated boredom for the quivering nerves that alerted her to every shadow. PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW
  • So, if I show a single qualification or exception, then "unmitigated" is incorrect. Sound Politics: A Trifle Overstated, Professor McKay
  • Don't buy into it: it's unmitigated propaganda intended to silence you.
  • Sadly though, it seems, there are reader Zs who either continue buying Y's work in the hope of improvement or still inexplicably enjoy its unedited and unmitigated bastardisation of the novelistic art form. The Latest Teacup Tempest
  • unmitigated suffering
  • It appears that the more thoughtful realise that an evacuation of a Swedish city would be a complete and unmitigated disaster.
  • I call unmitigated Shenanigans. 300 people may have died for whatever reason, but it was not radiation poisoning. Twofer Tuesday
  • RAILWAY MAP OF ENGLAND (A PROPHECY) entitled "The May Day of Steam," the writer notes the passing of the old May Day and foreshadows Labour's appropriation of that festival; and a speech is put into the mouth of a working man prophesying the ultimate unmitigated good of invention, though its first operation created great inequality and caused misery to the hand-worker. Mr. Punch`s history of modern England, Volume I -- 1841-1857
  • Every other coalition policy initiative has been an unmitigated omnishambles and this one is going to be different?
  • He is perhaps the only perfectly frank and unmitigated "hedonist" which European literature at this hour offers. Suspended Judgments Essays on Books and Sensations
  • The utter sanctity of the Green movement; the unmitigated evil of nuclear power.
  • New England was accustomed to didacticism in its literature, and unmitigated didacticism blights the novel.
  • For all the abuse, there are moments of unmitigated delight as well.
  • The conference begins this week against a backdrop of unmitigated gloom.
  • Last year's cotton crop was an unmitigated disaster.
  • MAX BAUCUS (D), MONTANA: Montana, with our resource-based agriculture and tourism economies, cannot afford the unmitigated impacts of climate change. CNN Transcript Oct 27, 2009
  • The conference begins this week against a backdrop of unmitigated gloom.
  • I'm surprised that you glossed The Ladykillers as "forgettable," before making this point: it's really an unmitigated statement of their nihilism, and the structure of the plot is pretty pure, in that respect. Mike Miley: The Coen Brothers' Mean Streak
  • What a load of unmitigated, unadulterated self-serving guff.
  • an unmitigated lie
  • He bought shirt-pins; wore a ring on his third finger; read poetry; bribed a cheap miniature-painter to perpetrate a faint resemblance to a youthful face, with a curtain over his head, six large books in the background, and an open country in the distance (this he called his portrait); 'went on' altogether in such an uproarious manner, that the three Miss Dounces went off on small pensions, he having made the tenement in Cursitor-street too warm to contain them; and in short, comported and demeaned himself in every respect like an unmitigated old Saracen, as he was. Sketches by Boz, illustrative of everyday life and every-day people
  • From Berlin, Bill Allen reports on how Germans are digging in against what they see as an unmitigated attack on the language of Goethe and Schiller.

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