View synonyms for unequivocally


[ uhn-i-kwiv-uh-klee ]


  1. in a way that is clear and unambiguous:

    The theme is unequivocally religious.

  2. in a way that is not subject to conditions or exceptions:

    He offered his forgiveness unequivocally.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of unequivocally1

First recorded in 1690–1700; un- 1( def ) + equivocally ( def )

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Example Sentences

Ironically then, Douglas finally and unequivocally set aside political concerns, condemning the undemocratic element in his party — the very thing he had so long resisted doing.

Just about everyone thinks of freedom as unequivocally good, but according to Fromm, that isn’t always true.

As its website unequivocally states, Enda is “Kenyan founded, Kenyan led, and with majority Kenyan investment.”

The final EIS for Pebble unequivocally shows it can be developed without harming salmon populations.

We believe unequivocally that museums exist to serve their communities through experiences with art and artists.

The second school, mostly American, claims equally unequivocally that no such strategy was written into the Overlord plans.

This school states unequivocally that this strategy was included in the final Overlord plans.

I may loathe what Richard Spencer has to say, but I will defend, unequivocally, his right to say it.

But there may be other less unequivocally happy consequences.

For example, the two biggest Muslim-American groups, ISNA and CAIR, unequivocally denounced ISIS.

An instance which leads still more unequivocally to the same conclusion is given by Humboldt.

But, besides, the exercise along with others, is unequivocally inculcated from the Divine example.

It would not exclude variety or freedom in the unlimited discussion of means towards the ends unequivocally recognized.

Sound feeling, I think, unequivocally supports the last interpretation.

Victory had even more unequivocally pronounced for the British on the heights.