- adj. Not dimmed.
- adj. not made dim or less bright
“Nothing stirs the mind like a stack of pristine books and my love of Oxford World's Classics remains undimmed from the set texts of Open”
“And He still reigns in undimmed majesty over the lives of millions, whose supplications continue to move Him just as effectively as they did in the days of Abraham.”
“She breathed on the salver and traced triangles and a circle on the drilled surface; and as the mistiness of her breath faded and the silver shone out again undimmed there, suddenly, in the middle of the salver, was the live white Mouldiwarp of Arden, looking extremely cross!”
“Now it's our turn, in our time, to watch as "undimmed" as possible.”
“And at the end of a week when Victoria Pendleton has spoken of the discombobulating effects of next year's Olympics, the way London 2012 has made every intervening event appear mundane, Tweddle's enthusiasm for competition seems chasteningly undimmed.”
“But when I saw him last September he was still volubly alert, his memory undimmed as he retold stories of World War II.”
“Gérard Houllier's love for Emile Heskey, Villa's Carling Cup hero against Blackburn in midweek, remains undimmed.”
“She saw all this through the eyes of a child, undimmed by the cynicism or vitriol that we adults all too often just take for granted.”
“The president highlighted the short life of nine-year-old Christina Taylor Green, her view "undimmed by the cynicism or vitriol'' of adults, and said, "I want us to live up to her expectations.”
“There are parents here with young children in tow, their faith in the singer's ability to provide family entertainment undimmed by her reputation for raunch that recently led County Down farmer Alan Graham to insist she cover herself up while filming a video on his land.”
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