Adjective(1) generally agreed upon; not subject to dispute
(1) Not every one of these cases is likely to achieve unquestioned acceptance as evidence for ordained women in the ancient Church.(2) There are two unquestioned assumptions underlying this problem.(3) 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.(4) Many of our relationships are burdened by expectations, desires, hidden fears and unquestioned assumptions.(5) When a fitness instructor passes National Boards, the highly valued merit and recognition will be customarily unquestioned nationwide.(6) Lisa's unquestioned acceptance of Homer's right and responsibility to exercise his chance-won power reveals the post-modernist attitude towards authority and power.(7) Meanwhile, currently unquestioned metaphysical assumptions may need updating and most importantly, scientists need to understand the limitations of their approach to a conception of the nature of the universe.(8) His gaze is returned, the ├ö├ç├┐pleasure of seeing├ö├ç├û is undermined, but his position of privilege remains fundamentally unchallenged and unquestioned .(9) Assumptions are viewed as self-evident, unquestioned , and a starting point for reasoning.(10) It was an unquestioned assumption in all of my science classes that nothing exists except natural phenomena.(11) Interestingly, in his 1998 article, Coyne reflects on why there was such general and unquestioned acceptance of the original research.(12) After all, as a believer in the ├ö├ç├┐European destiny├ö├ç├û (yes, they really do talk like that) your rectitude is, by definition, unquestioned .(13) 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.(14) Common to all the solutions considered is an unquestioned assumption that falling public confidence has been caused by a decline in police standards, manifested in which is both less effective and more prone to abuses of power.(15) So perhaps this lack of ├ö├ç├┐proof├ö├ç├û is simply the product of an unquestioned acceptance of one concept over another.(16) By the end of this period, he and other artists working with strong Yunnan colours formed a Yunnan School, of which he was recognized as the unquestioned leader.
1. unchallenged ::
2. undisputed ::
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