unequivocal

[ uhn-i-kwiv-uh-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF unequivocal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNEQUIVOCAL

True; but I'll swear the language of my looks has been unequivocal, if that is what you mean.

His name was Lemoss; his testimony to the point and unequivocal.

But I have a question to ask you, and to which I require a serious and unequivocal answer.

The language was unequivocal, the assertion one that required no elucidation.

He was not long in giving her an unequivocal proof of his regard.

Roosevelt's attitude toward the Indians as a race was unequivocal.

Tantaine smiled, as though an unequivocal compliment had been paid him.

Seen, though but for a moment, and the signature is upon it, one and unequivocal.

The start which he gave and the exclamation he uttered were unequivocal.

Here his answer is, on one side at least, emphatic and unequivocal.

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