from The Century Dictionary.

  • Entirely; purely; without mixture of other qualities; utterly.

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  • adverb In a way that is not mixed or adulterated; wholly, entirely.


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unmixed +‎ -ly


  • 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

  • Although I don't subscribe to the view that it is unmixedly beneficial to look to the animals for guidance on human questions...

    Andrea Dworkin has died.

  • How different is this man in his proper country! where the usages and language, and ideas are unmixedly those which have been his father's before him; where the leading idea of

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 61, No. 376, February, 1847

  • The young man's companion, on the other hand, was unmixedly shocked.

    The Adventures of Sally

  • + The second sort (odium inimicitiae, or hostility) aims directly at the person, indulges a propensity to see what is evil and unlovable in him, feels a fierce satisfaction at anything tending to his discredit, and is keenly desirous that his lot may be an unmixedly hard one, either in general or in this or that specified way.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

  • 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

  • The thing itself appears first definitely [404] in Madame de la Fayette, largely, though not unmixedly, in Marivaux, and to some extent in Prévost and Marmontel, while it is, as it were, sublimed in Rousseau, and present very strongly in

    A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1 From the Beginning to 1800

  • To a man troubled with excess of bile the water he drinks has a taste either downright unpleasant or moderately pleasant, according to the degree to which his health is affected; while the same water has an unmixedly pleasant taste for a man in good health.

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja — Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48

  • On the contrary, there was a strong reason to be added, which he had not himself taken explicitly into account -- namely, that he was not unmixedly adorable.

    Middlemarch: a study of provincial life (1900)

  • What feeling he, as a magistrate who had taken in so many ideas, could make room for, was unmixedly kind.

    Middlemarch: a study of provincial life (1900)


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