- not ambiguous, or unclear; distinct; unequivocal: The object of the experiment was to reach an unambiguous conclusion about climate change.
Origin of unambiguous
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Examples from the Web for unambiguous
But time and history will render an unambiguous verdict on this matter, as Rubio shall soon see.Rubio’s Embargo Anger Plays to the Past
December 19, 2014
The judicial consensus in favor of the freedom to marry is unambiguous, bipartisan, and unprecedented.Last of the Anti-Gay Marriage Judges
September 5, 2014
The first unambiguous evidence of fortification walls dates from around 4300 BC in what is now Turkey.War! What Is It Good For? A Lot
August 13, 2014
It can be implicit and it can be body language, but it must be clear and unambiguous.Is the Campus Rape Crisis Overblown?
July 10, 2014
What is unambiguous is the risk, which can be significant even if you know where the raw milk is coming from.The Raw Milk Movement Is Gaining Traction, but the Dangers Far Outweigh Benefits
April 8, 2014
But where it appears not so large in bulk, and in shape so unambiguous, let its operation be still suspected.
It must be declared by unambiguous words, incapable of a double sense.
Well, many of us might wish for as unambiguous an origin nowadays.Adrienne Toner
Anne Douglas Sedgwick
The working of hypotheses is by no means simple and unambiguous.
This wisdom is likewise “without variance,” “unambiguous” (Moffatt).Studies in the Epistle of James
A. T. Robertson
- not ambiguous; clearan unambiguous message
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Word Origin and History for unambiguous
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