The religious messages in the April holidays are pointed, unequivocal, impossible to fudge.
In Yedioth Ahronoth, an unequivocal headline informs us "Netanyahu and Barak determined to strike Iran in the fall."
“We don't interfere in American elections,” Oren said, his voice flat and unequivocal.
That is his unequivocal message, and the meaning of “yesterday” in his title.
Yet it is occasionally enlightening to see that attitude given such clear and unequivocal expression.
A slight blush passed over the lawyer's face, a sign of unequivocal satisfaction in him.
Roosevelt's attitude toward the Indians as a race was unequivocal.
Irene Triesch, despite her unequivocal sincerity, is not temperamentally suited to the part.
Tantaine smiled, as though an unequivocal compliment had been paid him.
To the question, then, from which I started, it seems that an unequivocal reply can be given.