unqualified

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  • This, of course, is only true if stated in the most unqualified form. Cited from Socialism As It Is, by William English Walling
  • She had quite taken us into unqualified approval again, since we had got the house. Cited from We Girls: A Home Story, by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  • Between them, the four elements made up the unqualified being called Matter. Cited from A Little Book of Stoicism, by St George Stock
  • It went on to become the festival's one unqualified critical and popular hit.
  • However, neither of the two writers knew anything about make-up and felt unqualified to write the series.
  • She is known mostly for her loyalty and unqualified support for her family.
  • However, he felt himself unqualified for army-level command and objected when offered the position.
  • The final team each season qualifies through a play-off competition between the best placed unqualified teams.
  • The song has been an unqualified success which encouraged the radio broadcast of this song many times per day.
  • These schools have very few, if any, books and unqualified teachers and school directors.
  • Unconquered would be his last unqualified box-office success for the next five years.
  • The following season was an unqualified success, both for him and Forest.
  • Has not this person, we are asked, for years attacked the noble lord in the most unqualified manner? Cited from Four Early Pamphlets, by William Godwin
  • You have my unqualified approval of the military scheme drawn up by you and my other friends. Cited from The Stowaway Girl, by Louis Tracy
  • Could she have made an unqualified denial I think she would have done so. Cited from The Master Detective, by Percy James Brebner
  • Her interest in the welfare of the soldiers had gained her their unqualified respect.
  • Of one passage in the history of this time we can speak with unqualified approval. Cited from Old St. Paul's Cathedral, by William Benham
  • How that matter might turn out I am unqualified to decide. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 12, No. 70, August, 1863
  • The great emotions are not meant to come to us daily in their unqualified strength. Cited from A Summer in Leslie Goldthwaite's Life, by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  • The show was an unqualified success and plans were soon being made for additional shows (which also sold out).
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Words starting with unqualified

Meaning of unqualified

  • adjective Not limited or restricted
    an unqualified denial
  • adjective Not meeting the proper standards and requirements and training