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unchallenged

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunchallengedun‧chal‧lenged /ʌnˈtʃæləndʒd/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 RIGHT/PROPERaccepted and believed by everyone and not doubted 🔊 She couldn’t let a statement like that go unchallenged.2 SCsomeone who goes somewhere unchallenged is not stopped and asked who they are or what they are doing
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unchallengedBoyson apart, the findings of report did not go unchallenged.Non-classical literature is an unpleasant, disquieting literature which refuses to allow the sophisms of bourgeois complacency to go unchallenged.an unchallenged candidate for city supervisorIt thus goes unchallenged from without and from within.Dorigo ran down inside left 30-40 yards unchallenged, hit a through ball which Wallace ran across from right centre on to.There is an area in which Duboeuf is unchallenged, however, and its importance can not be overstated.He is the first elected Democratic incumbent since Franklin Roosevelt to go unchallenged in his own party.These two phenomena have given birth to a monstrosity: the all-powerful, unchallenged, unchallengeable media imam.go unchallengedBoyson apart, the findings of report did not go unchallenged.Non-classical literature is an unpleasant, disquieting literature which refuses to allow the sophisms of bourgeois complacency to go unchallenged.So the plan was discussed and accepted as a whole; its weaknesses as innovative legislation thus went unchallenged.These pieces did not go unchallenged.Progress of these events did not go unchallenged by the opposition.Willem's theories did not go unchallenged for very long.It thus goes unchallenged from without and from within.He is the first elected Democratic incumbent since Franklin Roosevelt to go unchallenged in his own party.And when it goes unchallenged, marital conflict of this magnitude prevents healthy family relationships and blocks effective ministry on every level.
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