uncontroversial

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adjective un·con·tro·ver·sial \ˌən-ˌkän-trə-ˈvər-shəl, -ˈvər-sē-əl\

Definition of uncontroversial

  1. :  not likely to be disputed or to cause strife or quarrel :  not relating to or arousing controversy an uncontroversial opinion In all, Hagel should be an uncontroversial choice to head the Pentagon. — Hayes Brown

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adverb Hippies were photogenic, free love and the psychedelic style made good copy, and the music was uncontroversially great. — Louis Menand

1861

First Known Use of uncontroversial

1861


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