Definition of unequivocal in English:

unequivocal

Syllabification: un·e·quiv·o·cal
Pronunciation: /ˌəniˈkwivəkəl
 
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adjective

Leaving no doubt; unambiguous: an unequivocal answer he was unequivocal in condemning the violence
More example sentences
  • On the other hand, speakers could be quite unequivocal and left no doubt as to their belief in what was being told.
  • Asked if either of those substances were relevant to the treatment of colic his answer is precise and unequivocal.
  • It is very good to have such a clear and unequivocal statement.
Synonyms
unambiguous, unmistakable, indisputable, incontrovertible, indubitable, undeniable; clear, clear-cut, plain, plain-spoken, explicit, specific, categorical, straightforward, blunt, candid, emphatic, manifest

Derivatives

unequivocally

Pronunciation: /-ik(ə)lē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • You have ruled very clearly and quite unequivocally on two occasions.
  • The army chiefs in Chechnya, it was said, unequivocally supported this position.
  • Such willingness to speak out unequivocally can only be a positive contribution to peace within and beyond our city.

unequivocalness

noun
More example sentences
  • Trying to use these means to achieve painterly effects brings the photographer into conflict with the truthfulness and unequivocalness of his medium, his material, his technique.
  • According to Einstein this was impossible, considering the hypothesis of the unequivocalness of the event.
  • However, there are significant differences and difficulties according to the unequivocalness of product allocation to specific groups and subgroups.

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