unequivocal

[uhn-i-kwiv-uh-kuhl]
adjective
1.
not equivocal; unambiguous; clear; having only one possible meaning or interpretation: an unequivocal indication of assent; unequivocal proof.
2.
absolute; unqualified; not subject to conditions or exceptions: The cosigner of a note gives unequivocal assurance that it will be paid when due.

Origin:
1745–55; un-1 + equivocal

unequivocally, adverb
unequivocalness, noun


1. certain, direct, obvious, unmistakable.
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unequivocal (ˌʌnɪˈkwɪvəkəl)
 
adj
not ambiguous; plain
 
une'quivocally
 
adv
 
une'quivocalness
 
n

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unequivocal
1784, from un- (1) "not" + equivocal.
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Example sentences
Sulzberger made a public statement of unequivocal support.
But there is not yet unequivocal archaeological evidence to corroborate this
  story.
After the focus group gave that resolution an unequivocal thumbs down, the
  producers went back and re-shot the final scene.
What really bothers me about your post is the unequivocal way you present your
  conjectures as facts.
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