from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not contested: an uncontested divorce; the uncontested leader.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not contested or disputed; not made the object of competition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not contested; not disputed; hence, evident; indisputable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not disputed and not made the object of contention or competition
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Well, Hillary proved that she can win uncontested election.
(Two incumbents, Republican Dan Wakeman and Democrat Mary Ellen Bossack are also running for trustee, but in uncontested races for two year terms.)
Only one candidate will be listed in uncontested races.
Nelson Emerson to get a stick on it and Botterill to skate in uncontested at the right goalpost and score.
LTE will not be able to claim the 4G title uncontested, it will have to conquer several competing technologies before it can enjoy high speed supremacy.
That team was forced to call uncontested scrums after the first two games because of injuries to key forwards and a relatively small pack.
These facts are uncontested, which is why we appealed.
Wasps had held a 16-6 advantage, secured on the back of a solid forward platform and an electric performance from Josh Lewsey, when Leinster called uncontested scrums.
Ludicrous comparisons aside Hezbollah did not distinguish between military and civilian targets in its attacks - one wonders why these "uncontested" facts go unexplored in Amnesty's 70-page report.
Imagine suddenly discovering that you're divorced, you've lost custody of your son and you owe your husband $521.32 a month in child support — all without knowing your "uncontested" divorce was in court.