UNMITIGATED — adjective — Absolute; “complete and total.”
Synonyms — utter, downright, unequivocal, sheer, veritable
Unmitigated does NOT mean “complete” like as in “My homework is complete.” Not that kind of “complete.”
Unmitigated does NOT mean “unqualified” as in “He’s unqualified for the job.” Not that kind of “unqualified.”
Unmitigated will be followed by a noun — an unmitigated (fill in the blank).
You won’t ever use it by itself — you wouldn’t say “She was unmitigated.” or “It is unmitigated.” It will always be an unmitigated something.
Unmitigated doesn’t have to be negative. Yes, you can have an unmitigated disaster, but you could also have…
*** IF YOU COULD SAY “COMPLETE AND TOTAL (FILL IN THE BLANK)” THEN YOU CAN USE UNMITIGATED. ***
complete and total devotion = unmitigated devotion
complete and total success = unmitigated success
complete and total disaster = unmitigated disaster
If you have any questions about how to use this word, don’t hesitate to ask!