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uncontroversial

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Engendering no controversy.

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  • adj. Not controversial.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not likely to arouse controversy

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I find the use of the term "uncontroversial" an odd and partisan choice in what would otherwise be a straightforward report.

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  • As for substantive qualifications, Judge Sotomayor’s record is remarkably uncontroversial from a traditional political perspective.

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  • It’s not exactly like height which can be measured in uncontroversial ways.

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  • But he's got a knack for making progressive ideas sound moderate, reasonable and uncontroversial, which is one reason he drives his ideological adversaries crazy.

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  • I believe the aforementioned paper and debate show that your example is far from "uncontroversial," unless of course you believe it is all just an attempt to harm Obama.

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  • This expedited procedure is generally used for measures considered "uncontroversial," which is odd, to say the least, since the war in Afghanistan is anything but uncontroversial, with the most recent evidence being the release by Wikileaks of secret documents on the war, which the New York Times reported "offers an unvarnished, ground-level picture of the war in Afghanistan that is in many respects more grim than the official portrayal."

    Robert Naiman: House Votes Today on Afghan, Pakistan Wars

  • This expedited procedure is generally used for measures considered "uncontroversial," which is odd, to say the least, since the war in Afghanistan is anything but uncontroversial, with the most recent evidence being the release by Wikileaks of secret documents on the war, which the New York Timesreported"offers an unvarnished, ground-level picture of the war in Afghanistan that is in many respects more grim than the official portrayal."

    Robert Naiman: House Votes Today on Afghan, Pakistan Wars

  • While some might quibble at the characterization of physics as "uncontroversial", she does seem like a good example of someone whose decision as to whether to pursue a career in science was based on external social factors rather than based on purely innate preferences.

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  • The moderator facetiously introduced the second talk by announcing "We'll let your backside scab over, and go to the more 'uncontroversial' topic of grizzly bears."

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  • While it appears to be the kind of uncontroversial, feel-good platform we expect of our First Ladies and First Moms, Mrs. Obama is actually wrestling with a national problem as catastrophic as the economic crisis and with players as cold-blooded as the folks who brought us the mortgage disaster.

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