[ US /ənˈmɪkst/ ]
[ UK /ʌnmˈɪkst/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not constituting a compound
  2. not mixed with extraneous elements
    sheer wine
    not an unmixed blessing
    plain water
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How To Use unmixed In A Sentence

  • I think you can kiss the medical sector goodbye, although I hold to a Hansonian view of medicine, so that is not a completely unmixed blessing. A Political Prediction, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Nor again was it to introduce feudalism; for as I have shown, the system already in existence was feudalism without its advantages; the substitution of fixed dues for the barbarous custom of "coigne and livery" was an unmixed benefit to the occupiers of land. Is Ulster Right?
  • The Cleveland captains declined his services in such vigorous seafaring language (not unmixed with many unnecessary oaths), that he was glad enough to give up the idea of sailoring, and take a place as driver of a canal boat from Cleveland to Pittsburg in Pennsylvania, the boat being under the charge of one of his own cousins. Biographies of Working Men
  • It will _alone_ gentilize, if unmixed with cant; and I know nothing else that will, _alone_. Specimens of the Table Talk of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • How pleasing to myself, to look back upon the happy days I gave her; though mine would doubtless have been unmixedly so, could I have determined to lay aside my contrivances, and to be as sincere all the time, as she deserved that I should be! Clarissa Harlowe
  • Not all the teachers look on tutoring as an unmixed blessing.
  • I am a Puritan as thoroughly as a hound is a hound, and a pointer a pointer, whose pedigree of unmixed blood can be traced for generations back. Oldtown Folks
  • After a week of charting the River Jordan, the men glided onto the Dead Sea, to Lynch a scene of "unmixed desolation" and "calcined barenness," its stagnant water "the color of diluted absinthe. Old Salt, Dead Sea
  • It must be admitted that my emotions on the occasion of this departure were much less tastefully mingled than I had planned they should be, low spirits and loneliness being such active ingredients that they disguised all other flavors, and it is to a little incident I shall forever remember with pleasure that I did not leave America quite unmixedly miserable. In Seven Stages: A Flying Trip Around the World
  • They throw on the nearly completed album - unmixed and untitled - and it sounds fantastic.
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