Definitions

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  • adv. In an uncontested way; without argument.

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Examples

  • Since the founding of this small community, Micklin had been undeniably and uncontestedly the man in control, the boss.

    Ascendance

  • South African Police generals have been uncontestedly exposed as being members of a "third force," African National Congress economics head Trevor Manuel said at the University of the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • South African Police generals have been uncontestedly exposed as being members of a "third force," African

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Fortunately, however, effort was unnecessary, for Bob won his way quite as uncontestedly with the little inventor as with Celestina.

    Flood Tide

  • To mere mental pre-eminence, unaccompanied by the kindlier qualities of the heart, such a tribute, however deserved, might not, perhaps, have been so uncontestedly paid.

    Life of Lord Byron, Vol. 2 (of 6) With His Letters and Journals

  • Moreover, we should then have the satisfaction of seeing again that a religiousness which in its own realm gives absolutely free play to natural investigation, and does not find it beneath its dignity to learn from natural science, can on that account retain its own autonomy in its own realm much more uncontestedly; and that, as it seems to us in the present case, it can go much farther in the use which it makes of its autonomy and in the extension of the revealed character of its religious records to physical processes and circumstances, than is either necessary or safe, and that it nevertheless is rewarded for keeping peace with natural science by more rich, more living, and more correct glimpses into the harmony between the word of God and the work of

    The Theories of Darwin and Their Relation to Philosophy, Religion, and Morality

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