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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishundiminishedun‧di‧min‧ished /ˌʌndɪˈmɪnɪʃt◂/ AWL adjective  not weaker or less important than before Neil continued with undiminished enthusiasm. Forty years on, the book’s power to shock is undiminished.
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undiminishedAfter more than 20 years, the power and attraction of "Star Wars" remains undiminished.And maybe he continues to feel our boyish closeness undiminished.For them the Imperial Sun shines on undiminished!His business declined through the 1850s in the face of increasing competition, though his scientific interests continued undiminished.The fireball is visible for about half a minute before the object exits from the atmosphere with its original speed virtually undiminished.His fame will remain undiminished as long as the game of cricket is played.His musical prowess still undiminished at 65, he is without equal when it comes to instrumental excellence and stylistic versatility.Anderson's respect appears undiminished, however, and is further indicated in his upholding of the modesty maxim.Our collective fantasy is that the same blood that surged through our ancestors surges through us with undiminished power.
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