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synonyms for unambiguously

  • actually
  • categorically
  • definitely
  • doubtless
  • exactly
  • positively
  • precisely
  • really
  • surely
  • truly
  • unconditionally
  • unquestionably
  • come hell or high water
  • conclusively
  • decidedly
  • decisively
  • easily
  • for sure
  • no ifs ands or buts
  • no strings attached
  • on the button
  • on the money
  • on the nose
  • right on
  • straight out
  • sure as can be
  • sure as hell
  • sure enough
  • the very thing

antonyms for unambiguously

MOST RELEVANT
  • doubtfully
  • dubiously
  • questionably
  • uncertain
  • doubtfully
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How to use unambiguously in a sentence

It is not to be expected that the usage of the word 'panic' should be clearly and unambiguously determined.
GROUP PSYCHOLOGY AND THE ANALYSIS OF THE EGOSIGMUND FREUD
Before entering upon any detail, I wish to state, as clearly and unambiguously as I can, my own attitude towards this new thing.
THE PRACTICE AND THEORY OF BOLSHEVISMBERTRAND RUSSELL
Locke, therefore, most unambiguously concludes that insurrection may be justified and necessary.
A SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF THE LATE HENRY COOPERWILLIAM COOPER
Jane's hair was of a reddish gold-inwoven cast that would, in her grandfather's epoch, have shone unambiguously as carrots.
THE CELT AND SAXON, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
Its esse is sentiri; it is only so far as it is felt; and it is unambiguously and unequivocally exactly what is felt.
ESSAYS IN RADICAL EMPIRICISMWILLIAM JAMES
Hence moral reason must utter its precepts clearly and unambiguously.
ETHICSJOHN DEWEY AND JAMES HAYDEN TUFTS
Such unambiguously simple and therefore necessarily true ideas Spinoza believed his definitions and axioms expressed.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF SPINOZABARUCH DE SPINOZA
These latter, it may be remarked, are more unambiguously supernatural.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 2, SLICE 3VARIOUS
The fundamental syntactic relations must be unambiguously expressed.
LANGUAGEEDWARD SAPIR
It has not always been possible to tell unambiguously which was meant.
SYLVA, VOL. 1 (OF 2)JOHN EVELYN
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