unmistakable


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un·mis·tak·a·ble

 (ŭn′mĭ-stā′kə-bəl)
adj.
Impossible to mistake or misinterpret; obvious: unmistakable signs of illness.

un′mis·tak′a·bly adv.

unmistakable

(ˌʌnmɪsˈteɪkəbəl) or

unmistakeable

adj
not mistakable; clear, obvious, or unambiguous
ˌunmisˈtakableness, ˌunmisˈtakeableness n
ˌunmisˈtakably, ˌunmisˈtakeably adv

un•mis•tak•a•ble

(ˌʌn mɪˈsteɪ kə bəl)

adj.
not mistakable; clear; obvious.
[1660–70]
un`mis•tak′a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unmistakable - clearly evident to the mindunmistakable - clearly evident to the mind; "his opposition to slavery was unmistakable"
clear - readily apparent to the mind; "a clear and present danger"; "a clear explanation"; "a clear case of murder"; "a clear indication that she was angry"; "gave us a clear idea of human nature"
2.unmistakable - clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment; "the effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the parched fields"; "evident hostility"; "manifest disapproval"; "patent advantages"; "made his meaning plain"; "it is plain that he is no reactionary"; "in plain view"
obvious - easily perceived by the senses or grasped by the mind; "obvious errors"

unmistakable

unmistakable

adjective
1. Clearly defined; not ambiguous:
2. Easily seen through due to a lack of subtlety:
Translations
واضِح، لا يَدَعُ مجالا للشَّك
nepochybný
ikke til at tage fejl af
augljóslega
su niekuo nesupainiojamas
nekļūdīgsnepārprotams
anlaşılmaması olanaksızçok açık

unmistakable

[ˈʌnmɪsˈteɪkəbl] ADJinconfundible, inequívoco

unmistakable

unmistakeable [ˌʌnmɪsˈteɪkəbəl] adj [voice, sound, smell] → caractéristique, reconnaissable entre tous(toutes)

unmistak(e)able

adjunverkennbar; (visually) → nicht zu verwechseln; to send an unmistakable message to somebody (fig)jdm eine unmissverständliche Botschaft senden

unmistakable

unmistakeable [ˌʌnmɪsˈteɪkəbl] adj (person, sound) → inconfondibile; (displeasure, meaning) → indubbio/a, lampante

unmistakable

(anmiˈsteikəbl) adjective
very clear; impossible to mistake. His meaning was unmistakable.
References in classic literature ?
If he had any doubts about the reception she would give him, they were set at rest the minute she looked up and saw him, for dropping everything, she ran to him, exclaiming in a tone of unmistakable love and longing.
Their freedom of expression was at first incomprehensible to her, though she had no difficulty in reconciling it with a lofty chastity which in the Creole woman seems to be inborn and unmistakable.
An unmistakable outburst of a drunken song at the foot of the slope:--
Never did a man show stronger proof of the lineage attributed to him than Judge Pyncheon, at this crisis, by his unmistakable resemblance to the picture in the inner room.
There was a remarkable intelligence in his features, as of a person who had so cultivated his mental part that it could not fail to mould the physical to itself and become manifest by unmistakable tokens.
Another person--this time; but a figure of quite as unmistakable horror and evil: a woman in black, pale and dreadful--with such an air also, and such a face
For the peculiar snow-white brow of Moby Dick, and his snow-white hump, could not but be unmistakable.
But not alone has this Leviathan left his pre-adamite traces in the stereotype plates of nature, and in limestone and marl bequeathed his ancient bust; but upon Egyptian tablets, whose antiquity seems to claim for them an almost fossiliferous character, we find the unmistakable print of his fin.
Thou canst say, who hast seen that same expression on the face dearest to thee;--that look indescribable, hopeless, unmistakable, that says to thee that thy beloved is no longer thine.
However, my business is with the week's washing, which in various shades of white, with occasional patches of scarlet, fluttered fantastically across a space of the garden, thereby giving unmistakable witness to human inhabitants, male and female.
First he recognized the doctor with an unmistakable frown; then his glance fell upon me, and he looked relieved.
He made his way up the hill; his temper was not improved by noticing unmistakable marks of badger.