from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Sustaining an original intensity or maintaining full force with no decrease.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Not abated; not lessened or lowered; not diminished.
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continuingat full strengthor intensity
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective continuing at full strength or intensity
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And not allowing the progress to civil war to continue unabated is “bigotry” against white christian america, of course.
Yes, there have been gains as regards tamping down the recession but the unemployment situation will remain unabated until 2010.
The civil war which has for some time been raging among the States of the North American Union has unfortunately continued in unabated intensity; and the evils with which it has been attended have not been confined to the American continent.
For brothers and sisters to separate, is the common lot; – for their affection and interest to remain unabated is not common; but I am sure it is possible; and I think the experience we have already had proves that we may expect its continuance.
Chris Travers: It’s a bad sign when you double the number of border patrol agents, and the number of arrests drops, while the obvious problems remain unabated .....
It’s a bad sign when you double the number of border patrol agents, and the number of arrests drops, while the obvious problems remain unabated .....
And of course, it would have also prevented millions who had no possibility of ever repaying the mortgages from getting one in the first place unless the Ponzi game of re-financing on rapidly increasing and inflated real estate “values” continued unabated, that is.
Are you really sure you really want to encourage division "unabated"?
The emissions controls have in effect placed a moratorium on building coal plants, which means that new "unabated" gas plants will be built instead.
Assange announced today his work with WikiLeaks will continue "unabated" and that he will be "stepping up" the publishing of the classified State Department documents.
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