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uncontroversial

Line breaks: un|con¦tro|ver¦sial
Pronunciation: /ˌʌnkɒntrəˈvəːʃ(ə)l
 
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Definition of uncontroversial in English:

adjective

Not controversial: this is an uncontroversial statement most of the changes were uncontroversial
More example sentences
  • However, I think it is possible to show that the two characteristics I use in the argument are relatively uncontroversial in terms of defining science.
  • Judicial notice overcomes the necessity of proving facts that are clearly uncontroversial or beyond reasonable dispute.
  • Far more likely is that he will select a successor beyond criticism who will restore the position to uncontroversial neutrality.

Derivatives

uncontroversially

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adverb
Example sentences
  • Certainly my academic career is one to which the adjective ‘vacuous’ can be uncontroversially applied.
  • Utterly uncontroversially, Laban also calls psychology The Bleeding Obvious and gets to quote Thomas Hardy.
  • The involvement of the School Governors goes back to August 1998 when, uncontroversially, they suspended the Applicant following the receipt of information about the police investigation.

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