unequivocable

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unequivocable

(ˌʌnɪˈkwɪvəkəbəl)
adj
another word for unequivocal
ˌuneˈquivocably adv
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I can say unequivocably that if production CZ P-10s have triggers like all of the early guns I've laid hands on, the CZ P-10 C now has the title of the best striker-fired trigger pull on the market.
We caution pre-service teachers about the blind application of singular models of "best practices," as if they may be applied unequivocably and without considerable reflection to any and every teaching situation.
The mass shooting - which resulted in a visit to victims' families from President Obama - was unequivocably the biggest local story of the year, according to a poll of Register-Guard editors, reporters and photographers.
Happily, the answer is unequivocably in the affirmative, with a strong, well-seasoned cast of principals, good sets, attractive costumes and enough special effects to make you feel the whole thing was well worth the ticket money.
But what I can tell you unequivocably, no terrorist group can be eradicated and destroyed through aerial bombardments only," he said.
So before voting we need the Ukippers to say unequivocably that the will not, ever, liaise with or enter into any deals with their European look-a-likes.
Here, Sam not only highlights the strength of Australia specifically, but provides international viewers or readers with a symbol they could associate immediately and unequivocably with Australia.
The Seventh Commandment notwithstanding, moral law, or its application, is not unequivocably clear from scripture; it is not inferable from the workings of nature; and it is not identical with the laws and customs of any historical society.
But I can confirm unequivocably that a cuttlefish salad was very good indeed.
The letter of the law must be applied firmly and unequivocably.
There he spelled out explicitly and unequivocably that the primary cause of the Mindanao power crisis was the lack of alternative baseload power sources to meet the demands of the island's growing economy and expanding population.