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unambivalent

unambivalent

adjective un·am·biv·a·lent \-ˈbi-və-lənt\

Definition of UNAMBIVALENT

:  not ambivalent :  clear-cut, definite
un·am·biv·a·lent·ly adverb

Examples of UNAMBIVALENT

  1. <that comment is an unambivalent insult>

First Known Use of UNAMBIVALENT

1945

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