Conditional and Unqualified


Conditional adjective - Determined by something else.
Usage example: the sale of the house is conditional upon the approval of a mortgage for the prospective buyer

Unqualified is an antonym for conditional in dependent topic.


Unqualified adjective - Not limited or restricted.
Usage example: an unqualified denial

Conditional is an antonym for unqualified in topics: incompetent, outright.

Nearby Words: unqualifiedly, unqualify
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