Definition of unequivocally in English:

unequivocally

adverb

  • In a way that leaves no doubt.

    ‘we unequivocally condemn any violence in the protest’
    ‘the message should be unequivocally clear’
    • ‘Unequivocally successful 20th-century revivals of the play were rare.’
    • ‘The group went on television and condemned the demonstrators as 'deviants' and came out unequivocally in support of the prince.’
    • ‘His text unequivocally presents an elite perspective of non-elite individuals.’
    • ‘To achieve greatness, a filmmaker needs to direct three unequivocally great movies.’
    • ‘For him, the ends unequivocally justify the means.’

Pronunciation

unequivocally

/ʌnɪˈkwɪvək(ə)li/