View synonyms for unquestioned


[ uhn-kwes-chuhnd ]


  1. not open to doubt or question; undisputed:

    Dante's poetic mastery remains unquestioned.

  2. not inquired into, investigated, or interrogated:

    The eyewitness went unquestioned.


/ ʌnˈkwɛstʃənd /


  1. accepted without question
  2. not admitting of doubt or question

    unquestioned power

  3. not questioned or interrogated
  4. rare.
    not examined or investigated

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Word History and Origins

Origin of unquestioned1

First recorded in 1595–1605; un- 1 + question + -ed 2

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Example Sentences

It becomes so unquestioned that it’s being internalized into the most intimate sphere, whereby women, often very painfully, judge themselves according to this unattainable expectation.

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These policies, practices, procedures, and regulation have gone too long unquestioned, and too long unexamined by the courts.

“An individual must be of unquestioned allegiance to the United States,” the law says.

It used to be their values were unquestioned truth in our society.

As performer his virtuosity was unquestioned and unparalleled.

Prosecutors are the unquestioned Big Dog in American civic life.

He is the unquestioned star, the box-office draw, the guy who lands the biggest interviews.

The last four years have witnessed an astonishing implosion of a previously unquestioned investment strategy.

It was wise in him to do so, and thus to draw men's thoughts from Planner's faults to his own unquestioned merits.

Its feasibility appeared to him unquestioned, and to it he gave a hearty and unqualified approval.

Mr. Strebelow is a man of about forty years, of unquestioned honor, of noble personal character in every way.

There was no light in the sitting-room; on the kitchen table a lamp was burning; she was glad to read it unquestioned.

She did not quite understand that, and she carried her new clothes in a bundle in her lap, but she took Hale's word unquestioned.