uncontested

[ US /ˌənkənˈtɛstɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkəntˈɛstɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not disputed and not made the object of contention or competition
    uncontested authority
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How To Use uncontested In A Sentence

  • These castles afford another evidence that the fictions of romantick chivalry had for their basis the real manners of the feudal times, when every Lord of a seignory lived in his hold lawless and unaccountable, with all the licentiousness and insolence of uncontested superiority and unprincipled power. A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland
  • Five out of the six candidates for the three contested seats were in attendance along with four from the uncontested seats.
  • Nazarbeyev's presidency was confirmed in an uncontested election in 1991.
  • uncontested authority
  • Kapitza stands out as one of the greatest experimenters of our time, in his domain the uncontested pioneer, leader and master. The Nobel Prize in Physics 1978 - Presentation Speech
  • I'll be goddamned if I allow this outrageous assertion to pass uncontested.
  • Thus, it is uncontested that the administration is wholly responsible for the imposition of the new steel tariffs.
  • As a result, Mr. Tsang will be declared the uncontested winner, and a planned July election will be cancelled.
  • Bees leant Keighley a front row player and uncontested scrums were the order of the day.
  • Of course, we will see in our learned friends' submission whether they dispute our repeated assertions that the evidence was uncontested.
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