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unconditional (adjective), more unconditional, most unconditional
1. Complete or guaranteed, with no limitations, or restrictions attached: "Hank, the plumber, made an unconditional promise to fix the water pipes today."
2. Etymology: from un-,"not" + conditional, from Old French condition, from Latin condicionem, "agreement, situation"; from condicere, "to speak with, to talk together"; from com-, "together" + dicere, "to speak".
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