unconditional

[uhn-kuhn-dish-uh-nl]
adjective
1.
not limited by conditions; absolute: an unconditional promise.
2.
Mathematics, absolute ( def 12 ).

Origin:
1660–70; un-1 + conditional

unconditionally, adverb
unconditionalness, unconditionality, noun


1. complete, unqualified, categorical.
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unconditional (ˌʌnkənˈdɪʃənəl)
 
adj
1.  without conditions or limitations; total: unconditional surrender
2.  maths (of an equality) true for all values of the variable: (x+1)>x is an unconditional equality
 
uncon'ditionally
 
adv
 
uncon'ditionalness
 
n
 
uncondition'ality
 
n

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unconditional
1666, from un- (1) "not" + conditional (see condition). Unconditional surrender is attested from 1830.
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Example sentences
It was a precautionary and unconditional overdraft offered only to top-quality borrowers, say officials.
It reaffirms my desire to help these warm hearted, unconditional loving creatures.
She and all those who care for her deserve unconditional support.
Great job from the entire crew by offering that unconditional help with an
  unfazed effort.
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