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Synonyms for unconditional
ˌʌn kənˈdɪʃ ə nlun·con·di·tion·al
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absolute, and without conditions, limitations, reservations or qualifications
We demand your unconditional surrender.
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In the strict sense, absolute, free from all limitation or control, and supreme, superior to all, can not properly be said of any being except the divine. Both words are used, however, in a modified sense, of human authorities; absolute then signifying free from limitation by other authority, and supreme exalted over all other; as, an absolute monarch, the supreme court. Absolute, in this use, does not necessarily carry any unfavorable sense, but as absolute power in human hands is always abused, the unfavorable meaning predominates. Autocratic power knows no limits outside the ruler's self; arbitrary power, none outside the ruler's will or judgment, arbitrary carrying the implication of wilfulness and capriciousness. Despotic is commonly applied to a masterful or severe use of power, which is expressed more decidedly by tyrannical. Arbitrary may be used in a good sense; as, the pronunciation of proper names is arbitrary; but the bad sense is the prevailing one; as, an arbitrary proceeding. Irresponsible power is not necessarily bad, but eminently dangerous; an executor or trustee should not be irresponsible; an irresponsible ruler is likely to be tyrannical. A perfect ruler might be irresponsible and not tyrannical. Authoritative is used always in a good sense, implying the right to claim authority; imperative, peremptory, and positive are used ordinarily in the good sense; as, an authoritative definition; an imperative demand; a peremptory command; positive instructions; imperious signifies assuming and determined to command, rigorously requiring obedience. An imperious demand or requirement may have in it nothing offensive; it is simply one that resolutely insists upon compliance, and will not brook refusal; an arrogant demand is offensive by its tone of superiority, an arbitrary demand by its unreasonableness; an imperious disposition is liable to become arbitrary and arrogant. A person of an independent spirit is inclined to resent an imperious manner in any one, especially in one whose superiority is not clearly recognized. Commanding is always used in a good sense; as, a commanding appearance; a commanding eminence. Compare DOGMATIC; INFINITE; PERFECT.
absolute, arbitrary, arrogant, authoritative, autocratic, coercive, commanding, compulsive, compulsory, controlling, despotic, dictatorial, dogmatic, domineering, exacting, haughty, imperative, imperious, irresponsible, lordly, overbearing, peremptory, positive, supreme, tyrannical, unequivocal
accountable, complaisant, compliant, conditional, constitutional, contingent, docile, ductile, gentle, humble, lenient, limited, lowly, meek, mild, responsible, submissive, yielding
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flat, unconditioned, categoric, categorical, innate, unlearned
qualified, contrary to fact, probationary, provisional, contingent on(p), dependent, counterfactual, depending on(p), contingent upon(p), conditional, contingent, dependent on(p), dependent upon(p), provisionary, tentative, dependant upon(p), dependant, dependant on(p), provisory
categoric, categorical, flat, unconditionaladjective
not modified or restricted by reservations
"a categorical denial"; "a flat refusal"
plane, savourless, unconditioned, flavorless, categoric, matt, insipid, level, monotonic, compressed, matted, flat, categorical, monotonous, two-dimensional, matte, monotone, savorless, prostrate, vapid, bland, mat, flavourless
provisional, depending on(p), probationary, qualified, conditional, dependent, contingent on(p), contrary to fact, contingent, dependant, dependent upon(p), counterfactual, contingent upon(p), provisionary, dependent on(p), dependant upon(p), tentative, dependant on(p), provisory
not contingent; not determined or influenced by someone or something else
flat, unconditioned, categoric, categorical
dependant on(p), probationary, dependent upon(p), dependant upon(p), provisionary, contingent, dependent, contingent upon(p), provisional, conditional, depending on(p), qualified, contrary to fact, tentative, dependant, contingent on(p), counterfactual, dependent on(p), provisory
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unrestricted, unlimited, complete, absolute, unqualified, unreserved
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absolute, unqualified, unrestricted, carte blanche
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List of paraphrases for "unconditional":
unconditionally, unconditioned, unqualified, unreserved, wholehearted, conditional, staunch, unquestioning, whole-hearted, absolute, unfettered, undivided, unfailing, unwavering
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How to use unconditional in a sentence?
Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag:
We do not have a united policy with the United States on the YPG issue, and Turkey's stance has not changed. We are also against the unconditional support for the (Syrian) regime and we are at odds with Iran and Russia on this.
Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag:
Turkey's Syria policy isn't to stand with or against any country. There is no change to the policy Turkey has been carrying out, we do not have a united policy with the United States on the YPG issue, and Turkey's stance has not changed. We are also against the unconditional support for the (Syrian) regime and we are at odds with Iran and Russia on this.
Unconditional love and forgiveness are the sources of eternal happiness.
If he hadn't tried to kill the President, he would have been given unconditional release a long, long, long time ago.
you are best if you have unconditional support and nature . like me...”
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- غير مشروطArabic
- incondicionalCatalan, Valencian
- άνευ όρωνGreek
- ללא תנאיםHebrew
- sine exceptioneLatin
- безусловный, безоговорочныйRussian
- şartsız, koşulsuzTurkish
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