[uhn-kwes-chuh nd]


not open to doubt or question; undisputed: Dante's poetic mastery remains unquestioned.
not inquired into, investigated, or interrogated: The eyewitness went unquestioned.

Origin of unquestioned

First recorded in 1595–1605; un-1 + question + -ed2
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Examples from the Web for unquestioned

Contemporary Examples of unquestioned

Historical Examples of unquestioned

  • Nor could I see any special value in the fact of descent, even were it unquestioned.

    In the Valley

    Harold Frederic

  • The region beyond him he regards from this vantage-ground of unquestioned security.

    A Dish Of Orts

    George MacDonald

  • In fact, the efficiency of West India troops was, and is, unquestioned.

  • Quite naturally I do not push my unquestioned mastery to this extreme.

    Ruggles of Red Gap

    Harry Leon Wilson

  • Now there was no hope that she might be left alone and unquestioned.

    The Princess Virginia

    C. N. Williamson

British Dictionary definitions for unquestioned



accepted without question
not admitting of doubt or questionunquestioned power
not questioned or interrogated
rare not examined or investigated
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