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Synonyms for unmitigated

Synonyms for unmitigated

Antonyms for unmitigated

not diminished or moderated in intensity or severity


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This loss will have ballooned to 17.76 per cent in an unmitigated scenario.
Coun Paul Tilsley (Lib Dem, Sheldon) described the situation as 'an unmitigated disaster' when the costs were revealed in a financial monitoring report presented to the council's resources committee recently.
New Delhi (India), Nov 8 ( ANI ): Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Sitaram Yechury on Thursday called Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government's demonetisation move an unmitigated monumental disaster.
Oweilaemi said, 'President Buhari should call his overbearing security agencies to order before they plunge the country into an unmitigated crisis.'
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said: "A no-deal Brexit would be an unmitigated disaster - and the fact that the UK Government are even talking about it is evidence of their abject failure.
THE closure of a PS9m flagship free school has been labelled an "unmitigated tragedy" that has "ruined" children's life opportunities.
Iran, "openly calls, daily, for the destruction, the elimination of Israel from the face of the earth and practices unmitigated aggression against us," Netanyahu told reporters during a visit to Cyprus.
Some critics consider the man an unmitigated disaster who was incompetent and fraudulent, while his backers think him a tough enforcer of the law.
Najib who is also finance minister said doing so would be an 'unmitigated disaster for our economy' as had been proven by the country's experience when the ringgit was pegged to the US dollar in the late 1990s.
THE cyber attack on a credit rating agency that hit up to 44 million Brits is an "unmitigated disaster" say security experts.
Summary: Anomaliand NSS Labs haveannounced a strategic partnership that provides enterprise customers with a unified view of unmitigated threats and empirical …
The risk is just too great; we mustn't let the theater be, God forbid, a haven for unmitigated art.
But for now, know the dates for the likes of Joey Essex and Charlotte Crosby have been unmitigated disasters.
Unmitigated, in contexts where mitigation is required, and/or,
Three unions issued a joint statement warning that if the scheme has to go into the Government's Pension Protection Fund, it would be an "unmitigated disaster" - with workers and pensioners taking a cut in benefits.