Meaning: not lessened or diminished; "unrelieved suffering"
This right would remain undiminished.
If ever you visit us again, you will find the kindness of your friends undiminished.
But they are undiminished only in a relative sense and in reference to present need.
The water in the Western rivers long flowed on, undiminished by the uses made of it.
But progressing civilization required more water for cities, for mining, and for irrigation, and now states and corporations are going to law over these formerly undiminished free goods.
There was a certain rotation of crops; the tenant was obliged to keep his stock up to standard; and, moreover, he had a certain interest in the land because his contract rent (as explained above) was less than the economic rent. The landlord, therefore, could count pretty surely on the undiminished power of his land and stock from one year to another.