Synonyms for Unqualified:

adj.

absolute (adjective)
complete, perfect, indubitable, certain, positive, unconditional, consummate, definite, downright, utter, absolute, conclusive, unmitigated, unrestricted, undeniable, categorical, sure, unequivocal, supreme.
categorical (adjective)
sure, outright, positive, unequivocal, categorical, undeniable, absolute, denominational, indubitable, unconditional, flat, certain, definite, typical.
complete (adjective)
thoroughgoing, out-and-out.
not prepared, incompetent (adjective)
incapable, inadequate, inexperienced, unfit, unprepared, ineligible.
outright, absolute (adjective)
complete, unlimited, perfect, sure, unconditional, sheer, utter, unrestricted, unmitigated, categorical, certain, thorough, out-and-out, positive, thoroughgoing, unreserved, flat out, clear, downright, consummate, total.
perfect (adjective)
perfect.

n.

in depth, resounding, sound, good. illiterate, uninitiated, untrained, ability, unfit, unequal, be unused to (doing) something, uneducated, inadequate, excess, untried, naive. unable. unconditioned, unreserved, limited. big, sheer, arrant, downright, pure, damned, blooming, thoroughgoing, total, unrelieved, crashing, thorough, unbounded, dead, flat out, plain, all-out, out-and-out. incompetent (noun)
unfit, unprepared, inexperienced.
unqualified (noun)
clean, unlimited, categoric, ineligible, flat, quack, incompetent, outright, cool, straight-out, categorical, incapable, unconditional, unentitled, clear.

Other synonyms:

crashing, arrant, inexperienced, naive, untried, uneducated, unconditioned, illiterate, unrelieved. out-and-out, downright, untrained, thoroughgoing, unequal. flat out, all-out, pure, unbounded, unreserved, inadequate. thorough, blooming. damned. dead. plain. incapable
unable, incapable.
incompetent
unfit, incompetent.

Usage examples for unqualified

  1. The poor waiter expressed his unqualified approval of the costume, and talked away about the approaching ball as something pre- eminently magnificent. – The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete by Charles James Lever (1806-1872)
  2. I judge, he added to Vandeleur, that your silence means unqualified assent. – New-Arabian-Nights by Stevenson, Robert Louis
  3. There was a look of amusement in them mingled with a certain unqualified admiration. – The Vision of Desire by Margaret Pedler