Definition of uncontroversial in English:

uncontroversial

adjective

  • Not controversial.

    ‘this is an uncontroversial statement’
    ‘most of the changes were uncontroversial’
    • ‘What is more, all of this evidence is uncontroversial and unchallenged.’
    • ‘For the most part, the definition is uncontroversial.’
    • ‘But while all this might seem sensible and uncontroversial, the problem is the motivation behind it.’
    • ‘The causes she has espoused during her tenure as first lady - literacy and education - are uncontroversial.’
    • ‘This is an uncontroversial statement of truth, but is it a useful addition to our knowledge?’
    • ‘The first definition, ‘characteristic of the country or country life’ seems reasonably uncontroversial.’
    • ‘It is alleged that the two men signed one side of a sheet, which contained an uncontroversial statement.’
    • ‘The most obvious, uncontroversial and tedious example is the Second World War.’
    • ‘The greater part of his analysis of the law is uncontroversial, indeed accepted by Mr Ponter.’
    • ‘We are currently raising the pension age for women to 65, and this has been relatively uncontroversial.’
    • ‘The decision was uncontroversial, as the Soviet's non-aggression pact with Nazi Germany had precipitated the war.’
    • ‘However, I think it is possible to show that the two characteristics I use in the argument are relatively uncontroversial in terms of defining science.’
    • ‘In my judgment, the uncontroversial position of Mrs. Smith's son was not such as to cause her to fall foul of the principle set in Gough.’
    • ‘Revulsion against Nazi eugenics is deep and uncontroversial.’
    • ‘Maintenance is uncontroversial, but asking for ‘more’ is difficult.’
    • ‘Far more likely is that he will select a successor beyond criticism who will restore the position to uncontroversial neutrality.’
    • ‘But with the aid of communication, a solution can be very straightforward and uncontroversial.’
    • ‘In this climate, it is clear that nothing uncontroversial can be said about what precisely constitutes a cult.’
    • ‘Judicial notice overcomes the necessity of proving facts that are clearly uncontroversial or beyond reasonable dispute.’
    • ‘Until recently, the distinction between the news media and rest of us was clear and uncontroversial.’
    incontrovertible, incontestable, undeniable, irrefutable, unassailable, beyond dispute, unquestionable, beyond question, indubitable, not in doubt, beyond doubt, beyond a shadow of a doubt, unarguable, inarguable, undebatable, unanswerable
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Pronunciation

uncontroversial

/ˌʌnkɒntrəˈvəːʃ(ə)l/