- adj.未缓和的; 未减轻的; 十足的; 完完全全的;
The evening was an unmitigated disaster.
Last year's cotton crop was an unmitigated disaster.
The conference begins this week against a backdrop of unmitigated gloom.
I gather by what you have not said that he's an unmitigated scoundrel.
New England was accustomed to didacticism in its literature, and unmitigated didacticism blights the novel.
Responsiveness of each paper to its own social group was not an unmitigated advantage for society.
It is a most inscrutable and unmitigated staggerer!
We are much too apt to look at schism in our church as an unmitigated evil.
She leads a life of unmitigated misery.
A level 1 Crowstorm, with no AP , deals 840 unmitigated spell damage over its duration.
In my opinion, anything that stops cyclists breeding is to be welcomed as an unmitigated good.
The upshot was neither an unmitigated success nor an unmitigated failure.
It was an unmitigated disaster for him as a perfectionist!
That seems unlikely, given the junta's record of unmitigated repression.
For the rich lamas and secular lords, the Communist intervention was an unmitigated calamity.
For owners of the obsolete businesses this is an unmitigated disaster.
For them, as for much of China, the Olympics was an unmitigated success.
对他们, 也更多的对中国来说, 奥运会是一次完全的胜利.
But despite these achievements, economic reunification is far from an unmitigated success.
The bizarre independent horror films seem unmitigated and out of control.
From China's point of view, WTO membership has been an almost unmitigated success.
" A total and unmitigated defeat "
“ 彻头彻尾的失败 ”
1. not diminished or moderated in intensity or severity; sometimes used as an intensifier;
"an unmitigated horror"
"an unmitigated lie"