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unequivocal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunequivocalun‧e‧quiv‧o‧cal /ˌʌnɪˈkwɪvəkəl◂/ adjective formal  CLEAR/EASY TO UNDERSTANDcompletely clear and without any possibility of doubt His answer was an unequivocal ‘No’.unequivocally /-kli/ adverb
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unequivocalBoth Sir John and the Harwell Lab had the highest reputations, and so the confident media were unequivocal.First, evidence of the loosening of family bonds is unequivocal.Nevertheless, unequivocal evidence for deeper subduction of sediment has proved elusive, and other explanations are possible.The answer to our request was an unequivocal "no".The pieces of evidence fell into place with the unequivocal precision of a well-made jigsaw puzzle.The European Parliament has given the plan its unequivocal support.On them, Kylie was quick to respond and unequivocal with her replies.This time his father was unequivocal: "You're getting no more money from me, and that's final.''
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