unquestioned

[ UK /ʌnkwˈɛst‍ʃənd/ ]
[ US /ənˈkwɛstʃənd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. generally agreed upon; not subject to dispute
    the undisputed fact
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How To Use unquestioned In A Sentence

  • Success has come so naturally that the young Italian exudes an innate, unquestioned belief in his own talents.
  • After charging his age with being an enervate breed which is "ever on his knees before the footstool of Authority," he goes on to observe that the process of statute-making ought to make one pause before according so much unquestioned deference to statutes.
  • Words and terminologies that were once accepted or unquestioned are now being changed in all languages because over a period of time these words have lost their original meaning and acquired negative connotations.
  • Their presence is unquestioned and undisputed - their importance almost like an extra club in the bag.
  • She may rely on the unquestioned power of her beauty as a passport. Daniel Deronda
  • The name would seem to show that they were Bhatis (called Bhatti in the Punjab); but be that as it may, their Rajput origin seems to be unquestioned. The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India—Volume I (of IV)
  • She is another dark horse but her resilience is unquestioned. Times, Sunday Times
  • One of the objectives is to distance oneself from hidden assumptions and unquestioned interpretations of events and to obtain findings that are, as far as possible, uncolored by one's own biases.
  • After a decade marked by financial disasters and bank failures, the era of unquestioned profit-making would appear to be at an end.
  • The difficulty which inheres in this postulate is the unquestioned fact that all motion in nature follows certain immutable _laws_*, [* These laws, so far as known, form the basis of what we call physics and chemistry.] and _the origin of these laws_ is not accounted for by the theory. Evolution An Investigation and a Critique
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