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uncontroversially

Definitions

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  • adv. In an uncontroversial manner.

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

  • adv. not involving any controversy

Etymologies

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From uncontroversial +‎ -ly.

Examples

  • The discourse of Sarah Palin and her friends is appalling on its own, but worse is the way in which their readings of the Constitution and American history in general have been accepted as uncontroversially true by so many voters.

    Robin Lakoff: Education: Yes, but Why?

  • Lochner, for example, is uncontroversially not good law anymore, whatever you may happen to think about whether it should be or not.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Lawsuits Against the Health Care Bill

  • Well, glass, snack, and naturally for starters; they all started their lives with different meanings from those they are now uncontroversially allowed to have.

    What’s wrong with “hopefully”? « Motivated Grammar

  • Rather my point is that they are no worse than lots of things that are uncontroversially legal.

    Ponzi Schemes: What's the Big Deal?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • But here's the clincher: It seems to have completely escaped the European politicians prattling about issues like animal welfare, biodiversity and ethics that cloning technology of one sort or another is already widely applied to a variety of foods that Europeans and American have consumed routinely and uncontroversially for years.

    The Cloned Cow Has Left the Barn

  • I think another way to state the ‘twilight of the idols’ argument that Julian lays out is, if something as uncontroversially popular (from the perspective of Michael Goldfarb) as nuking Japan is a war crime, why should I take seriously the very idea of war crimes?

    War Crimes, Past and Present

  • Moreover, something that seems to have completely escaped European parliamentarians prattling about issues like animal welfare, biodiversity and ethics is that cloning technology of one sort or another is already widely applied to a variety of foods that Europeans and American consume routinely and uncontroversially.

    Europe Is Crazy About (Cloned) Food

  • And it shows that disparate impact is not “really about reparations for slavery,” since disparate impact analysis has uncontroversially been applied to all Title VII categories for decades.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Bruce Bartlett’s Attack on Libertarianism

  • This well-researched, lustily acted ensemble piece is also the first contemporary play by a woman on the Globe's stage and is uncontroversially suitable.

    Deathtrap; Bedlam; Tiny Kushner

  • The straight man, even now in post-metrosexual society, has few examples of how to happily, healthily, uncontroversially, physically preen.

    Workingman chic gets a pink slip for spring 2011

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