What is another word for unstinted?

Pronunciation: [ʌnstˈɪntɪd] (IPA)

Unstinted is an adjective that describes generosity or abundance. Synonyms for unstinted include lavish, bountiful, profuse, generous, ample, extravagant, liberal, copious, luxuriant, and prodigal. All these words have similar meanings, but each word has its own nuances and connotations. Lavish emphasizes extravagance and excessiveness, while bountiful emphasizes abundance. Profuse emphasizes a large amount of something, while generous emphasizes a willingness to give. Ample emphasizes sufficiency, while extravagant emphasizes luxury and excess. Liberal emphasizes a broad-minded and open-handed approach to giving. Copious emphasizes abundance and quantity, while luxuriant emphasizes richness and opulence. Lastly, prodigal emphasizes wastefulness and excessiveness.

What are the hypernyms for Unstinted?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for unstinted?

Unstinted means generous, liberal or free. Therefore, it's antonyms should be something that is opposite to these meanings. The antonyms of unstinted can be limited, restricted, meager, stingy, sparing, minimal, deficient, narrow, inadequate or insufficient. All these words express the opposite of what unstinted stands for. For example, limited means that something is confined or restricted within a certain boundary, whereas unstinted means unrestricted or boundless. Similarly, sparing means that something is done reluctantly, whereas unstinted means something is done generously and without hesitation. Therefore, antonyms of unstinted help to better understand the word and its meanings.

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Usage examples for Unstinted

We may read Clarissa Harlowe and Tom Jones with unstinted admiration; but we feel that we are in a confined atmosphere.
"English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century"
Leslie Stephen
It not only explains what the system is, but, by help of an unstinted supply of little sketches, enables any one at once to study it at home and bring it into active operation.
"Dickens As an Educator"
James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes
A great slice of sweet boiled beef, vegetables, and bread in an unstinted fashion, and a harvest apple for dessert.
"In Wild Rose Time"
Amanda M. Douglas

Famous quotes with Unstinted

  • The choice was clearly open: crush them with vain and unstinted force, or try to give them what they want. These were the only alternatives, and though each had ardent advocates, most people were unprepared for either. Here indeed was the Irish spectre — horrid and inexorcisable.
    Winston Churchill
  • Love, then unstinted, Love did sip, And cherries plucked fresh from the lip
    Richard Lovelace

Related words: unstinted, unstinting, unrestrained, unbound, unrestrained, unbridled, unbounded, unrestrained generosity

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