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[ UK /ʌnmɪstˈe‍ɪkəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˌənmɪˈsteɪkəbəɫ/ ]
  1. clearly evident to the mind
    his opposition to slavery was unmistakable
  2. clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment
    it is plain that he is no reactionary
    evident hostility
    the effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the parched fields
    in plain view
    a palpable lie
    a palpable lie
    manifest disapproval
    made his meaning plain
    patent advantages
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How To Use unmistakable In A Sentence

  • A slight but unmistakable accent suggested that his name was not Leblond.
  • When the gentleman who guided me through the bush left me on the side of a pali, I discovered that Kahele, though strong, gentle, and sure-footed, possesses the odious fault known as balking, and expressed his aversion to ascend the other side in a most unmistakable manner. The Hawaiian Archipelago
  • Such an intention must be clearly manifested by unmistakable and unambiguous language.
  • Hale and hearty, though aged, strong-featured, with the tough and leathery skin produced by long years of sunbeat and weatherbeat, his was the unmistakable sea face and eyes; and at once there came to me a bit of Kipling's A Winner of the Victoria Cross
  • For centuries their unmistakable sound has struck fear into Scotland's enemies and so become a symbol of its national identity. Times, Sunday Times
  • But, even when staffed by people with little or no experience in the Communist Party apparat or Soviet state, the new executive institutions bore the unmistakable stamp of the Soviet epoch, and even of the tsarist period.
  • As a woman keeping company with a goddess, one becomes aware of an unmistakable power of self-renewal.
  • I wanted to like the movie if only because the critics hated it so, but I couldn't deny the unmistakable truth that it was not very good.
  • Fundamental and irreversible changes ought only to be imposed, if at all, in the light of an unmistakable national consensus.
  • The plan of Florence in 1427 shows a group of twenty unmistakable 'insulae', each of them about 1-1/8 acre in area, that is, very similar in size to the 'insulae' of Turin. Ancient Town-Planning
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