Unconditional (adjective)

  1. Not dependent on any conditions or qualifications.
  2. Absolute and without reservation.

Origin:

Late middle english: from un- "not" + conditional.

Examples:

  1. He offered his unconditional support for the project.
  2. She gave him an unconditional love that he never experienced before.
  3. The government's commitment to the treaty is unconditional.
  4. The dog's loyalty was unconditional.
  5. The company's guarantee is unconditional.
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