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- adv. In an unmistakable manner; unquestionably.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unmistakable manner; so as not to be mistaken. Also unmistakeably.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a signal manner
- adv. without possibility of mistake
What we have here, unmistakably, is unequivocal, opinionated judgment, also this: "The Friends of Meager Fortune (2006) is one of the greatest of all Canadian novels," "drawing a world that contains every quality ever imagined in mud and God," rooting humour in illogical thinking, and bursting with joy emerging from tragedy not in spite of it.
Feminists doing this — slandering a woman, and doing so in unmistakably sexist terms.
It is, in short, unmistakably different from what happens when Missouri plays Bowling Green.
Those born without a tag unmistakably ticketing them and their positions in the world were perforce ticketed.
The breath, for that matter, was more than anything else, the look in his daughter's eyes -- the look with which he SAW her take in exactly what had occurred in her absence: Mrs. Rance's pursuit of him to this remote locality, the spirit and the very form, perfectly characteristic, of his acceptance of the complication -- the seal set, in short, unmistakably, on one of Maggie's anxieties.
Then there's Deb, a name unmistakably familiar in the city's northern fringes.
She was watching me with an expression unmistakably of repressed anxiety and excitement, and as our eyes met, hers shone with a certain agitation, as of some odd consciousness shared with me.
The composition opens with an introduction in slow time, the first phrase unmistakably being the voice of the man conveying to the lady an invitation to dance.
But there is a second step in Christian experience, which I wish also to describe in a nutshell and to define as unmistakably as I described and defined the first.
Justice Alito's opinion said that ruling "unmistakably" required the court likewise to overturn laws in Chicago and its suburb of Oak Park, Ill., that limited handgun possession.