An example of unconditional used as an adjective is in the phrase "unconditional love," which means love that never fails no matter what happens.
(comparative more unconditional, superlative most unconditional)
un- +"Ž conditional
- Its object was to demonstrate the unconditional freeness of the Gospel.
- The Sla y s, on the other hand, demanded the " unconditional " summoning of Parliament.
- Among the dialecticians, Socrates had used inductive arguments to obtain definitions as data of deductive arguments against his opponents, and Plato had insisted on the processes of ascending to and descending from an unconditional principle by the power of giving and receiving argument.
- Murat boasted that he had ioo,000 men behind him, and on his return Massenbach implored his chief to submit to an unconditional surrender, advice which the prince accepted, though as a fact Murat's horses were completely exhausted and he had no infantry whatever within call.
- In England however a cry was raised that Junot should have been forced to an absolutely unconditional surrender; and Sir Arthur Wellesley, Sir Hew Dalrymple and Sir Harry Burrard 3 were brought before a court of inquiry in London.