unbated [uhn-bey-tid] ExamplesWord Origin adjective
- not abated; undiminished; unlessened.
- Archaic. not blunted, as a lance or fencer’s foil.
This unbated continuity suggests the past as well as the future.
It was a blessed interlude, too; there was so much to whistle about with unbated breath.
Your lady keeps full face, unbated roundness, cheerful aspect.
He had the faculty of mixing bad and good argument, which is far more effective with mixed audiences than unbated logic.
British Dictionary definitions for unbated unbated adjective
- a less common spelling of unabated
- archaic (of a sword, lance, etc) not covered with a protective button