Need another word that means the same as “unconditional”? Find 11 synonyms and 30 related words for “unconditional” in this overview.
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The synonyms of “Unconditional” are: unconditioned, categoric, categorical, flat, unquestioning, unqualified, unreserved, unlimited, unrestricted, wholesale, wholehearted
Unconditional as an Adjective
Definitions of "Unconditional" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “unconditional” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Not modified or restricted by reservations.
- Not subject to any conditions.
- Not contingent; not determined or influenced by someone or something else.
- Not conditional.
Synonyms of "Unconditional" as an adjective (11 Words)
|categoric||Relating to or included in a category or categories.|
A categorical denial.
|categorical||Relating to or included in a category or categories.|
A categorical denial.
|flat||Flattened laterally along the whole length e g certain leafstalks or flatfishes.|
A flat roof.
|unconditioned||Not subject to conditions or to an antecedent condition; unconditional.|
An unconditioned response.
|unlimited||Without reservation or exception.|
Offshore reserves of gas and oil are not unlimited.
|unqualified||Not meeting the proper standards and requirements and training.|
An unqualified denial.
|unquestioning||Not inclined to ask questions.|
An unquestioning acceptance of the traditional curriculum.
|unreserved||Not cautious or reticent.|
|unrestricted||Never having had security classification.|
Unrestricted verbs are usually stronger than those qualified by adverbs.
|wholehearted||With unconditional and enthusiastic devotion.|
You have my wholehearted support.
|wholesale||Done on a large scale; extensive.|
Usage Examples of "Unconditional" as an adjective
- Unconditional surrender.
Associations of "Unconditional" (30 Words)
|absolute||Not qualified or diminished in any way; total.|
|alternative||Serving or used in place of another.|
Alternative possibilities were neutrality or war.
|bleak||(of the weather) cold and miserable.|
He looked round the bleak little room in despair.
|categorical||Unambiguously explicit and direct.|
A categorical denial.
|conditional||The conditional mood of a verb for example should in if I should die.|
The consortium have made a conditional offer.
|crucial||Having crucial relevance.|
Crucial to the case.
|disjunctive||A disjunctive conjunction or other word.|
The novel s disjunctive detail.
|essential||(of an amino acid or fatty acid) required for normal growth but not synthesized in the body and therefore necessary in the diet.|
Funds essential to the completion of the project.
|impel||Cause to move forward with force.|
A lack of equality impelled the oppressed to fight.
|imperative||The imperative mood.|
Requests that grew more and more imperative.
|important||Important in effect or meaning.|
The speech had passion and more important compassion.
|indispensability||The quality possessed by something that you cannot possibly do without.|
|indispensable||Not to be dispensed with; essential.|
Foods indispensable to good nutrition.
|inevitable||So frequently experienced or seen that it is completely predictable.|
Don t argue with the inevitable.
|infertile||(of land) unable to sustain crops or vegetation.|
Barren and infertile soils.
|must||A necessary or essential thing.|
A book that is must reading.
|necessary||Unavoidably determined by prior circumstances.|
They granted the necessary planning permission.
|obligate||Restricted to a particular function or mode of life.|
An obligate anaerobe can survive only in the absence of oxygen.
|obligatory||Morally or legally constraining or binding.|
It was a quiet little street with the obligatory pub at the end.
|perfectly||Used for emphasis, especially in order to assert something that has been challenged or doubted.|
You re perfectly right.
|request||A formal message requesting something that is submitted to an authority.|
He received the information he had requested.
|required||Required by rule.|
Eight editions were published each required reading for trainees.
|stark||Providing no shelter or sustenance.|
Facing the stark reality of the deadline.
|totally||To a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole’ is often used informally for `wholly.|
They came from totally different backgrounds.
|unavoidable||Impossible to avoid or evade.|
An unavoidable accident.
|unmitigated||Not diminished or moderated in intensity or severity; sometimes used as an intensifier.|
An unmitigated horror.
|unqualified||(of a person) not officially recognized as a practitioner of a particular profession or activity through having satisfied the relevant conditions or requirements.|
He was totally unqualified for his job as a senior house doctor.
|utter||Express audibly utter sounds not necessarily words.|
|vested||Fixed and absolute and without contingency.|
A vested right.
|vital||Full of spirit; full of life.|
A beautiful vital girl.