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unquestioned

[uhn-kwes-chuh nd] /ʌnˈkwɛs tʃənd/
adjective
1.
not open to doubt or question; undisputed:
Dante's poetic mastery remains unquestioned.
2.
not inquired into, investigated, or interrogated:
The eyewitness went unquestioned.
Origin of unquestioned
1595-1605
1595-1605; un-1 + question + -ed2
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  • For it is an unquestioned truth, that as we demean ourselves toward God, so he demeaneth himself toward us.'

  • They are familiar, unquestioned, popular, and they are always current above their value.

    Folkways William Graham Sumner
  • Marduk's toleration is the best evidence of his unquestioned headship.

  • Let her do with him as she would, she would be his saint always, unquestioned, unarraigned.

    Robert Elsmere Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • Col. Huggins, is known as a brave and gallant officer, a man of great physical and moral courage, and of unquestioned veracity.

    The Nation's Peril Anonymous
British Dictionary definitions for unquestioned

unquestioned

/ʌnˈkwɛstʃənd/
adjective
1.
accepted without question
2.
not admitting of doubt or question: unquestioned power
3.
not questioned or interrogated
4.
(rare) not examined or investigated
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