ETYM Latin absolutus, p. p. of absolvere: cf. French absolu. Related to Absolve.
1. Complete and without restriction or qualification; sometimes used informally as intensifiers; SYN. downright, out-and-out, rank, right-down, sheer.
2. Expressing finality with no implication of possible change; SYN. conclusive.
3. Not capable of being violated or infringed; SYN. infrangible, inviolable.
4. Not limited by law.
5. Perfect or complete or pure.
6. Without conditions or limitations; SYN. total, unconditioned.
(of a value) In computing, real and unchanging. For example, an absolute address is a location in memory and an absolute cell reference is a single fixed cell in a spreadsheet display. The opposite of absolute is relative.
1. Free from confinement or physical restraint; SYN. unimprisoned.
2. Not confined.
1. Not cautious or reticent.
2. Not reserved.
1. Not subject to or subjected to restriction.
2. Free of restrictions on conduct.
3. (Grammar) Not restricted or modified in meaning.
In an unrestrained manner.
Limitlessly, without restriction, unrestrainedly, freely