un·​equiv·​o·​cal·​ly | \ ˌən-i-ˈkwi-və-kə-lē How to pronounce unequivocally (audio) , -klē\

Definition of unequivocally

: in an unequivocal manner

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While none of the brands are unequivocally better than the others, each carries its own benefits. Lizz Schumer, Good Housekeeping, "I Tried the Most Popular Dog DNA Tests to Find the Best One," 22 May 2019 Kavanaugh and the White House have unequivocally denied the allegations, and the federal judge is expected to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee later this week. Kaitlyn Schallhorn, Fox News, "Kavanaugh confirmation derailed by sexual misconduct allegations: A list of his accusers," 27 Sep. 2018 Former Google engineer James Damore has attempted to take civil and legal action against his former employer after being fired in August, but on Thursday, a federal memo revealed that one of Damore's filings has been unequivocally denied. Sam Machkovech, Ars Technica, "Infamous Google memo author shot down by federal labor board," 16 Feb. 2018 Both Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal's pursuit of Bordeaux star Malcom could well have hit its final roadblock after club president Stephane Martin unequivocally denied that the Brazilian would be leaving the Ligue 1 outfit this month. SI.com, "Bordeaux President Claims Tottenham, Arsenal Target Malcom Won't Be Leaving," 29 Jan. 2018 Of the three leading candidates, Supervisor London Breed — the moderate pick for mayor — was the only one to support Wiener’s legislation unequivocally in a YIMBY questionnaire. Rachel Swan, San Francisco Chronicle, "SF supervisors opposed to Wiener’s housing-transit bill soften stance a bit," 12 Mar. 2018 The Bedouins are a naturally nomadic community who prefer to live in tents and ask for only the freedom to the most basic of human rights; even these are unequivocally denied. Vic Mensa, Time, "Vic Mensa: What Palestine Taught Me About American Racism," 12 Jan. 2018 For most New Yorkers, Times Square is a place to be avoided at all times—especially and unequivocally on New Year’s Eve. Condé Nast Traveler, "Six Ways to Spend New Years Eve in New York: An Insider's Guide," 24 Dec. 2018 And the star—measuring just over nine feet across, weighing a staggering 900 pounds and topped with three million Swarovski crystals—is unequivocally spectacular. Olivia Martin, Town & Country, "The Rockefeller Christmas Tree Debuts a New Star Designed by Daniel Libeskind," 14 Nov. 2018

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First Known Use of unequivocally

1794, in the meaning defined above

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