Definition of unproblematical in US English:

unproblematical

adjective

  • See unproblematic

    • ‘This ‘theorizing back’ does not entail an unproblematical application of Western-centric theories per se.’
    • ‘The most direct and unproblematical application of the principle is when an authority or body acts without having the power to do so.’
    • ‘Were he merely a talented international fixer this gift for negotiating would be largely unproblematical, but he also brings to negotiating strong emotional, moralising impulses.’
    • ‘Our very distance, socially and psychologically, made our relations with them unproblematical and easy.’
    • ‘The performances are unproblematical: both players are perfectly comfortable with the music, which neither demands, nor gives much opportunity to display, virtuosity.’