unambiguous

[uhn-am-big-yoo-uhs]
adjective
not ambiguous, or unclear; distinct; unequivocal: The object of the experiment was to reach an unambiguous conclusion about climate change.

Origin:
un-1 + ambiguous

unambiguously, adverb
unambiguousness, noun
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unambiguous (ˌʌnæmˈbɪɡjʊəs)
 
adj
not ambiguous; clear: an unambiguous message

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unambiguous
1751, from un- (1) "not" + ambiguous. Related: Unambiguously.
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Example sentences
The laser flash should give a clear and unambiguous signal to stop.
Boom mic is removable and pleasingly flexible, perfect for flinging clear and
  unambiguous insults at your enemies.
It's not as clear-cut and unambiguous as averaging accident rates per distance
  flown.
The necessity of conducting an unambiguous recount became clear in the last
  election.
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