Definition of uncontradicted in English:

uncontradicted

adjective

  • (of a statement) not contradicted.

    ‘there was uncontradicted evidence’
    • ‘Your wife therefore denies - or, sorry - gives evidence which is presently uncontradicted by any other evidence, that you were in her house - in her place without her consent.’
    • ‘In this particular case, an application was filed, there was great delay, and you have uncontradicted evidence that these documents were not received.’
    • ‘It arose, I think, because there was uncontradicted evidence of a course of conduct of which the offences charged formed part.’
    • ‘The uncontradicted evidence is that he has considered it.’
    • ‘There is uncontradicted evidence that the child is developmentally delayed.’
    • ‘That, then, invites attention to the fact that the uncontradicted evidence here is that the mother is suffering from a severe psychiatric condition.’
    • ‘Now, if a statement by the prosecutor that the evidence is uncontradicted constitutes a comment on a failure of the defendant to give evidence, it certainly circumscribes what the prosecution can say.’
    • ‘The question was, what inferences were to be drawn from the collection of facts revealed by those documents and by other uncontradicted evidence, is it not?’
    • ‘The uncontradicted evidence is that the respondent has attended monthly at Alyssa's school, whenever she has a ‘helper day’.’
    • ‘For completeness, I should record that there was uncontradicted evidence that the services provided to asylum seekers by Mr Chavda were of a high quality.’
    • ‘The evidence is uncontradicted that he called Ms. Perdue at the Red Cross office in Toronto to determine whether his name was also on the winning ticket.’
    • ‘There are other matters of that kind which, from the evidence, again uncontradicted, would give you a grasp of - and I use that term metaphorically - a grasp of what it would have been like to put this together.’
    • ‘He argues that the evidence is uncontradicted that, in fact, more than $19, 461.43 of the loan proceeds were used to finance the projects.’
    • ‘The uncontradicted evidence of Mr. Hopkins was that they refused due to the termination policy set out in the contract proposed by Lithonia.’
    • ‘In any event, the defendant's uncontradicted testimony is that she was present when that work was done and assisted with everything but the heavy lifting.’
    • ‘I accept the Applicant's uncontradicted evidence that this sum of child support was factored in and offset against the interim spousal support previously ordered to be paid by the Respondent.’
    • ‘The confession made by the appellant on the morning of the murder, when he was calm, sober and explicit, stands uncontradicted.’
    • ‘Yet, there is uncontradicted evidence that Ms. Sutton found a wallet and items, many items.’
    • ‘The uncontradicted evidence of the respondent's President shows that after the applicant left its employ the respondent restructured the Corporation's financing to avoid financial ruin.’
    • ‘The evidence is uncontradicted that Mr. Burns had been negotiating with Maple Securities for some time to replace the earlier mortgage that came due at the beginning of February.’

Pronunciation

uncontradicted

/ˌʌnkɒntrəˈdɪktɪd/