Similar words: ambiguous, ambiguity, ambitious, ambit, ambient, tsunami, ambition, ambivalent. Meaning: [‚ʌnæm'bɪgjʊəs] adj. 1. having or exhibiting a single clearly defined meaning 2. admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; having only one meaning or interpretation and leading to only one conclusion.
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1. He tended toward literal interpretations and preferred unambiguous answers.
2. Now x, y, z are unambiguous by induction hypothesis.
3. Such communications should be clear and unambiguous.
4. Safety guidelines need to be plain and unambiguous.
5. In the current climate, any smooth and unambiguous unity of theory is likely to arouse suspicion.
6. The verb is longer but unambiguous, a demonstrative moment as the tongue flicks anxiously away from the palate to release the vowel.
7. Its structure should be orderly, communications unambiguous, and strategies firmly implemented to prevent splitting.
8. This label is not as unambiguous as might appear at first glance.
9. The unambiguous identity of a child's father is crucial for the child's own social identity.
10. Certainly, there is little strong evidence of an unambiguous growth in permissive child-rearing practice, at least in the United Kingdom.
11. An unambiguous policy recommendation would require evaluation of all these costs and benefits.
12. This suggests an unambiguous procedure for transporting a local vector across curved space time.
13. There is no Truth, nor any unambiguous criterion for agreeing upon what constitutes correct knowledge about society.
14. It might be thought that such tenets were unambiguous enough in a democracy to be assured the most rigorous defence.
15. Each team was given unambiguous achievement responsibility, commensurate authority, and uncluttered accountability.
16. The minister said she would give a clear and unambiguous statement on the future of the coal industry at the earliest possible opportunity.
17. However, in a natural environment a sustained response is fairly unambiguous and must indicate upward movement.
18. Once again, the desirability of clear terms of contract, coupled perhaps with an unambiguous job description, is plain.
18. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and build good sentences.
19. This process can be painful and revealing but it leads to greater self-awareness - the first step to unambiguous communication.
20. However the pressures are such that in many countries no clear unambiguous official statement is available.
21. Autosomal bivalents can be arranged in order of size, but unambiguous identification of individual bivalents is not possible.
22. The Ten Statements Test thus appears to reveal social class differences in self-concept of an unambiguous kind.
23. He speaks in tones which, whatever else can be said of them, are unambiguous.
24. He is undoubtedly right about certain basic trends: The evidence concerning decreasing social trust and falling voter participation is unambiguous.
25. There are possible offsetting arguments concerning internal structure, but these are in any case not unambiguous in their directional effect.
26. Consumer devices attached to the Internet will be expected to generate an unambiguous origin identification.
27. Contrary to a lawyer's yen for neatness there are few unambiguous signposts for modern medics facing this or many other ethical issues.
28. In addition, the coding system used to describe the condition of items was designed to be as simple and unambiguous as possible.
29. However there is insufficient information present in script for unambiguous identification of characters and words.
30. Not so long ago, the idea of a luxury car was unambiguous.
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