Use Unequivocal in a sentence
Unequivocal meaning and collocations;
Meaning: [adjective] clear; obvious;
In both cases, the answer was an unequivocal yes.
The most unequivocal reason for that success is the talent the Seahawks have.
The unequivocal inadequacy of this government’s attempts to deal with poverty in our society is a disgrace.
The victim’s legs had been crushed under the car and she was in unequivocal agony.
It was pretty unequivocal by his blank stare that the guy was high on drugs.
She has deceived herself into believing her boyfriend still loves her, but it’s unequivocal their relationship is finished.
This tragic case demonstrates an unequivocal failure of the system.
Her answer was a swift and unequivocal no.
The European Parliament has given the plan its unequivocal support.