Definitions

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  • adj. Not able to be mitigated; not mitigable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not capable of being mitigated, softened, or lessened.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. incapable of being mitigated

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Examples

  • Fues Fission says: straws are being grasped-anything goes in covering asses and mitigating the unmitigable.

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  • Anna should love, and after our love-journey together, go about our separate lives and dine at the public tables, until the advent of her motherhood, would have seemed a terrible strain upon our unmitigable loyalty.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • There a new broom had been brought in, in the place of our poor friend Alaric, a broom which seemed determined to sweep all before it with an unmitigable energy.

    The Three Clerks

  • O, worn and beating heart, may I dissect thy fibres, and tell how in each unmitigable misery, sadness dire, repinings, and despair, existed?

    The Last Man

  • The obelisk relieves the monotony of immeasurable plains over which a sky of serene unstained blue arches itself in infinite altitude, the image of eternal purity, and the sun rises day after day with the same unsullied brilliance, and sets with the same unmitigable glory.

    Roman Mosaics Or, Studies in Rome and Its Neighbourhood

  • In aid of Professor Stuart, in the rude and scarcely covert attack which he makes upon himself, we maintain that Christianity will certainly destroy slavery on account of its inherent wickedness -- its malignant temper -- its deadly effects -- its constitutional, insolent, and unmitigable opposition to the authority of

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus

  • Christianity will certainly destroy slavery on account of its inherent wickedness -- its malignant temper -- its deadly effects -- its constitutional, insolent, and unmitigable opposition to the authority of God and the welfare of man.

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus

  • That I and Anna should love, and after our love-journey together, go about our separate lives and dine at the public tables, until the advent of her motherhood, would have seemed a terrible strain upon our unmitigable loyalty.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • They fought as two men whose lives had pent up an unmitigable hate for this moment.

    Corporal Sam and Other Stories

  • The responsibility and loyalty which the citizens of a democratic nation must feel one towards another is comprehensive and unmitigable; but the actual behavior which at any one time the national welfare demands must, of course, be specially and carefully discriminated.

    The Promise of American Life

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