unambiguously

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The fundamental syntactic relations must be unambiguously expressed.

Its esse is sentiri; it is only so far as it is felt; and it is unambiguously and unequivocally exactly what is felt.

Hence moral reason must utter its precepts clearly and unambiguously.

Locke, therefore, most unambiguously concludes that insurrection may be justified and necessary.

Before entering upon any detail, I wish to state, as clearly and unambiguously as I can, my own attitude towards this new thing.

It is not to be expected that the usage of the word 'panic' should be clearly and unambiguously determined.

It must follow from this that the particle "no" cannot be represented in the dream, at least not unambiguously.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR UNAMBIGUOUSLY

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