Adjective "unequivocal" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ʌnɪˈkwɪvək(ə)l/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Leaving no doubt; unambiguous.
  1. 'he was unequivocal in condemning the violence'
  2. 'Your Lordship has given clear and unequivocal ruling which is consistent with the position adopted in other member states.'
  3. 'Mr Grey gave an emphatic and unequivocal assurance that the names of all the donors would remain totally confidential.'
  4. 'It seems that our current knowledge does not allow an unequivocal decision between them.'
  5. 'It is good that the participants should know this in clear and unequivocal terms.'
  6. 'They must be so unequivocal that there will be no doubt about the construction.'
  7. 'The British government's position was unequivocal: there had to be regime change in Iraq.'
  8. 'It might be thought that answers to these questions could be given in a clear and unequivocal way.'
  9. 'The order is clear and unequivocal and not open to various interpretations.'
  10. 'In 2002, for the first time ever, a US president gave it his clear and unequivocal support.'
  11. 'Twenty years ago, the answer would have been loud, unequivocal and sustained.'

Definitions

1. not equivocal; unambiguous; clear; having only one possible meaning or interpretation: an unequivocal indication of assent; unequivocal proof.

2. absolute; unqualified; not subject to conditions or exceptions: The cosigner of a note gives unequivocal assurance that it will be paid when due.

More examples(as adjective)

"testaments can be unequivocal on matters."

"results can be unequivocal in supports."

"results can be unequivocal about extents."

"places can be unequivocal about kinds."

"people can be unequivocal on points."

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