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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunabatedun‧a‧bat‧ed /ˌʌnəˈbeɪtɪd◂/ adjective, adverb  CONTINUE/NOT STOPcontinuing without becoming any weaker or less violent The storm continued unabated throughout the night. his unabated ambition
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unabatedunabated expansioncontinued unabatedThe noises of the late evening traffic continued unabated.But the friendship with Beverley Cross continued unabated.It was a murder undertaken to ensure that the racketeering of official Fresno continued unabated.Numerous assaults, cases of window smashing and the dissemination of graffiti continued unabated.Segregationist violence, arson, and murders of civil rights workers for trying to exercise constitutional rights continued unabated.The flow of patronage towards them continued unabated, and some of their household expenses were financed by the king.From a vague distance she was aware that the rain continued unabated, but it couldn't touch her.
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