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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunmistakableun‧mis‧tak‧a‧ble, unmistakeable /ˌʌnməˈsteɪkəbəl◂/ ●○○ adjective  RECOGNIZEeasy to recognize the unmistakable sound of gunfiresee thesaurus at obviousunmistakably adverb
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unmistakableHis name is incorrectly spelt in the caption as N V Matovski, but the face is unmistakable.I could not follow their conversation but the exercise of power was unmistakable.The similarity is slight, but unmistakable.But the overall tone of the address was unmistakable.It wasn't just the unmistakable aura of wealth and ruthless power which drew women to him like moths to the flame.During the service I had the unmistakable feeling of being watched.When an envelope arrived bearing Dad's unmistakable handwriting, I knew something must be wrong.Snow bunting males are unmistakable in their all-white plumage with black backs.He'd started burning incense to disguise the unmistakable odour of marijuana coming from his bedroom.He spoke with an unmistakable Russian accent.The secretary of state said the measures are designed to send the regime a clear and unmistakable signal.Shots rang out, and we heard the unmistakable sound of a human scream.the unmistakable sounds of mariachi musicHer accent was unmistakable -- Southern Ireland, probably West coast.
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