unequivocally


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un·e·quiv·o·cal

 (ŭn′ĭ-kwĭv′ə-kəl)
adj.
Admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; clear and unambiguous: an unequivocal success.

un′e·quiv′o·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.unequivocally - in an unambiguous mannerunequivocally - in an unambiguous manner; "she stated her intentions unequivocally"
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unequivocally

[ˈʌnɪˈkwɪvəkəlɪ] ADVinequívocamente, de manera inequívoca
they stated unequivocally that his heart disease began in childhoodmanifestaron inequívocamente or de manera inequívoca que ha venido padeciendo del corazón desde la infancia
the Minister has unequivocally rejected the ideael ministro ha rechazado rotundamente la idea
let's make it unequivocally clear that we support the presidentdejemos bien claro que apoyamos al presidente

unequivocally

[ˌʌnɪˈkwɪvəkəli] adv [state, say, confirm] → sans équivoque

unequivocally

adv state, answerunmissverständlich, eindeutig; rejectunmissverständlich, klipp und klar (inf); supportrückhaltlos, ohne Vorbehalte

unequivocally

[ˌʌnɪˈkwɪvəklɪ] advinequivocabilmente
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The important truth, which it unequivocally pronounces in the present case, is that a sovereignty over sovereigns, a government over governments, a legislation for communities, as contradistinguished from individuals, as it is a solecism in theory, so in practice it is subversive of the order and ends of civil polity, by substituting VIOLENCE in place of LAW, or the destructive COERCION of the SWORD in place of the mild and salutary COERCION of the MAGISTRACY.
Others rather inclined to the belief that he had projected some distant tour, and was at present occupied in effecting the preliminary arrangements; but this again was stoutly denied by Sam himself, who had unequivocally stated, when cross-examined by Mary, that no new journeys were to be undertaken.
Glegg had always augured ill of Maggie's future at a time when other people were perhaps less clear-sighted, yet fair play was a jewel, and it was not for her own friends to help to rob the girl of her fair fame, and to cast her out from family shelter to the scorn of the outer world, until she had become unequivocally a family disgrace.
She did unfeignedly and unequivocally regret the inferiority of her own playing and singing.
When the company were moving into the ballroom, she found herself for the first time near Miss Crawford, whose eyes and smiles were immediately and more unequivocally directed as her brother's had been, and who was beginning to speak on the subject, when Fanny, anxious to get the story over, hastened to give the explanation of the second necklace: the real chain.
Thus unequivocally called on to exercise the functions of his assumed character, Heyward was apprehensive that the smallest delay might prove dangerous.
Their forms were at first in shade, I could but discern a dusk outline of each, but a ray of moonlight met them at the termination of the walk, when they were under my very nose, and revealed very plainly, very unequivocally, Mdlle.
Mem : at 25,000 feet elevation the sky appears nearly black, and the stars are distinctly visible ; while the sea does not seem convex (as one might suppose) but absolutely and most unequivocally concave.
Pennifeather was so intimately cognizant of all the circumstances connected with his wealthy uncle's disappearance, as to feel authorized to assert, distinctly and unequivocally, that his uncle was 'a murdered man.
Simon, Doctor of Divinity and professor in the Randolph-Macon Methodist College of Virginia, wrote: "Extracts from Holy Writ unequivocally assert the right of property in slaves, together with the usual incidents to that right.
There are crustaceans at the opposite ends of the series, which have hardly a character in common; yet the species at both ends, from being plainly allied to others, and these to others, and so onwards, can be recognised as unequivocally belonging to this, and to no other class of the Articulata.
The whole scene made us unequivocally aware that we were seated on the shores of an island in the far-famed South Sea.