Definition of unadulterated in English:


Pronunciation /ˌənəˈdəltəˌrādəd/ /ˌənəˈdəltəˌreɪdəd/

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  • 1Not mixed or diluted with any different or extra elements; complete and absolute.

    ‘pure, unadulterated jealousy’
    • ‘Drink this one for unadulterated fun - it has the perfect name for it.’
    • ‘The old ways were the better ways - the pure form, unadulterated by greed and convenience.’
    • ‘He probably knows the answer already, since this is a man who reckons 90 minutes watching his team play can be ‘pure, unadulterated stress’.’
    • ‘Mind-altering drugs weren't necessary, since this was an evening of pure unadulterated, spontaneous and harmless fun.’
    • ‘For years, Best painfully articulated that the form in outward appearance may be Westminster but the content is pure, unadulterated governorship.’
    • ‘I'm worried about the use of the word ‘truth’ because in the old days documentary was always supposed to be pure and unadulterated truth.’
    • ‘The sad but true facts seem to suggest that pure and unadulterated sectarianism is at the base of the rationale that is clouding common sense and sound judgement within unionism.’
    • ‘This, like all personality-based weblogs, is about pure, unadulterated, almost innocent narcissism.’
    • ‘The other time-filler was pure, unadulterated speculation.’
    • ‘The pure, unadulterated pleasure of just flopping out, doing… well… nothing.’
    • ‘And so, donning the platforms, the flares and the beads et al the other night was pure, unadulterated nostalgia.’
    • ‘This resulted in a few innocuously ribald emails going back and forth until he agreed, which is credit to the pure, unadulterated force that is my charm.’
    • ‘A trio of rock acts will take it in turns to headline with their pure and unadulterated rock 'n' roll as part of ‘The New School of Rock’ tour.’
    • ‘Most of the time, they serve the status quo happily under the disguise of providing pure, unadulterated information.’
    • ‘For pure, unadulterated fun this summer, it doesn't get much steamier.’
    • ‘Perhaps it was inevitable we'd end up at pure unadulterated farce.’
    • ‘The roads of Asia, however, are pure unadulterated capitalism.’
    • ‘It was like the Coliseum in Rome, pure, unadulterated barbarism.’
    • ‘Sport is played not through statistics, but through raw passion, ungirdled emotion and pure unadulterated spirit.’
    • ‘No, my yearnings stemmed from pure, unadulterated greed.’
    • ‘There was pure, unadulterated silence between the two of us.’
    • ‘Perhaps no other form of dance has the beauty of the common man dancing in pure unadulterated joy displaying his boundless energy and throwing open the doors of the heart.’
    • ‘Sure, she had given a few polite smiles and laughs and even cooed over her goddaughter, but he had never seen her smile or laugh from pure unadulterated joy.’
    • ‘The other part had to do with pure, unadulterated love.’
    • ‘I sensed his fear and pure unadulterated worry for you.’
    • ‘The Maine wood loomed behind it, providing a contrast between civilization and pure, unadulterated nature that was almost startling.’
    • ‘I gazed in wonder at the chaos that ensued in the beer gardens at night, at the pure unadulterated fun that was going on at all times.’
    • ‘Is there no place in this world for pure unadulterated mean malicious wit anymore?’
    • ‘That mixture of pure science and unadulterated humanity lies at the heart of Clarke's fiction.’
    • ‘There is no hatred, no violence - just a pure unadulterated love of football.’
    • ‘While the weather is being wicked, join me in an afternoon of pure unadulterated self-indulgence.’
    pure, unmixed, unsullied, untainted, unpolluted, uncontaminated, virgin, untouched
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    1. 1.1(of food or drink) having no inferior added substances; pure.
      ‘unadulterated whole-milk yogurt’
      • ‘The society sold wholesome, unadulterated food at reasonable prices to society members.’
      • ‘Fresh, pure, unadulterated and whole foods are the best as proven throughout the centuries and verified by modern science.’
      • ‘However, one thing it has going for it is that it is a relatively natural and unadulterated food.’
      • ‘Co-operative societies from the 1840s sought to provide cheap, unadulterated food for their members.’
      • ‘Sheep and lambs usually spend most of their lives outdoors, and generally get to eat a relatively natural and unadulterated diet.’
      • ‘Consumers who patronized the T'Owd Lane store were assured of unadulterated food, true measure, and fair prices.’
      • ‘Noni purée is usually combined with other juices because the unadulterated fruit tastes horrible.’
      • ‘Speaking of buying, the price of four Grapples is three dollars more than four unadulterated apples.’
      • ‘His claims are backed by an unknown flow of riches, along with a rare supply of unadulterated grain and water.’
      • ‘Indeed, Lidia Bastianich experienced food in its purest and most unadulterated form.’
      • ‘The entertainment is free, the food's unadulterated, the handicrafts are genuine and prices are as down-to-earth as the area's residents.’
      • ‘Compare that to zero calories per any size serving of pure unadulterated water.’
      • ‘Or perhaps you feel you are a true connoisseur who believes Macadamia nuts should be consumed completely unadulterated.’
      pure, unmixed, unsullied, untainted, unpolluted, uncontaminated, virgin, untouched
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