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Short Definition : plain; clear; obvious

(adj) admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; having only one meaning or interpretation and leading to only one conclusion
Synonyms : unambiguous univocal
Example Sentence
  • unequivocal evidence
  • took an unequivocal position
  • an unequivocal success
  • an unequivocal promise
  • an unequivocal (or univocal) statement
(adj) clearly defined or formulated
Synonyms : definitive
Example Sentence
  • the plain and unequivocal language of the laws
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for unequivocal

equivocate- using ambiguous lang i.e. unclear unambiguous is not unclear which s clear

un equip vocal waves heard plain, clear and obvious

Unequivocal (clear) is the same as Explicable (something that can be explained).

The singer's VOCALS were unequal to any other. The message in her lyrics was spread clearly without a doubt

Undoubtedly Equivocal -- Having one clear voice, conclusion etc.


Short Definition : infallibly; ADJ. unerring: making no mistakes

(adv) without making errors
Example Sentence
  • he unerringly fixed things for us
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for unerringly

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If it is what I think it is, the word stems from error so unerringly - un-error without error, without mistakes.

SYNONYMS:.....unerringly=trustworthy impeccable infallible reliable certain perfect exact

unerringly - un hearing means he will not make mistake.

Unerring (making no mistakes), Stumbling (making mistakes, mainly while speaking).

unfiegn: un (not)+ feign is like "pain", feign means pretend, if you feign infornt of someone who admires you it give them a great pain, try to be genuine to them


Short Definition : entirely acceptable; not offering any basis for criticism

(adj) completely acceptable; not open to exception or reproach
Synonyms : unimpeachable
Example Sentence
  • two unexceptionable witnesses
  • a judge's ethics should be unexceptionable
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for unexceptionable

expections in sofware engg/IT terms is one that has bugs. So unexceptionable is no exceptions i.e bug free code and hence completely agreeable to the client,office

exception is when something is not included in other things, unexceptionable is something that can not be excluded

Unexceptionable (flawless), Admirable (something worth admiring, something exceptional).


Short Definition : steadfast; firm; not changing

(adj) marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable
Example Sentence
  • firm convictions
  • a firm mouth
  • steadfast resolve
  • a man of unbendable perseverence
  • unwavering loyalty
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for unfaltering

Remove 'f' from the word it becomes UNALTERING... Alter is to change so UNFALTERING is not changing or being firm.

UN(not)+FALL+ING = Unfaltering => not be able to fall down.

Unfaltering and unflinching...both mean... someone that cannot be detered (unwavering).


Short Definition : genuine; real

(adj) not pretended; sincerely felt or expressed
Synonyms : genuine true
Example Sentence
  • genuine emotion
  • her interest in people was unfeigned
  • true grief
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for unfeigned

un(not)-feigned(fined): you are left unfined if you are HONEST, and this is a GENUINE fact.

a true love or honest can never be felt or known by anyone.that is unfeeled by anyone

pronounced as - UNFENED--> UN(not)-fenkna--> no useless talks(fenkna) only GENUINE things..

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Unfeigned and undisguised... the truth and not a deception.

un foreign - genuine real Indian product

looks like "Un-fake" which makes you real and genuine


Short Definition : immature; not having the feathers necessary to fly; CF. fledgling

(adj) (of birds) not yet having developed feathers
Synonyms : immature
Example Sentence
  • a small unfledged sparrow on the window sill
(adj) (of an arrow) not equipped with feathers
Synonyms : fledgeless unvaned
Example Sentence
  • shot an unfledged arrow
(adj) young and inexperienced
Synonyms : callow fledgling
Example Sentence
  • a fledgling enterprise
  • a fledgling skier
  • an unfledged lawyer
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for unfledged

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Fullfledged (in full bloom, mature, complete) is the opposite of unfledged (immature, young, inexperienced).

if u remember fledgeling is a bird ready to fly for the first time, hence unfledged is bird imatture to fly or having no feathers

un(not)...fledg relates to (flesh)..ged..(aged)..if ue flesh is not aged.dat means yu r not aged or yu can say..yu r still immature...


Short Definition : defrock; strip a priest or minister of church authority

(verb) divest of the frock; of church officials
Synonyms : defrock
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for unfrock

Priest put on frock. UN(gives negative connotation)+FROCK- so to put off frock. Here if priest put off his frock then the designation that he is holding, gets deprived from him.

Unfrock and strike off (the role) mean to be dismissed from the services.

un frock of the priest -> remove the priest from his authority and his frock.


Short Definition : (of someone) awkward in movement; clumsy; (of something) unwieldy; Ex. ungainly dancer/instrument

(adj) lacking grace in movement or posture
Example Sentence
  • a gawky lad with long ungainly legs
  • clumsy fingers
  • what an ungainly creature a giraffe is
  • heaved his unwieldy figure out of his chair
(adj) difficult to handle or manage especially because of shape
Example Sentence
  • an awkward bundle to carry
  • a load of bunglesome paraphernalia
  • clumsy wooden shoes
  • the cello, a rather ungainly instrument for a girl
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for ungainly

un(means NOT) + GAINly...a model who LACKS GRACE IN HER MOVEMENT OR IF SHE WALKS IN AN AWKWARD manner on the ramp, will NOT GAIN popularity.

un+ gain=> if u gain (increase) in weight then you cant(un) walk gracefully...

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un - not, won't it be AWKWARD if you do NOT GAIN from something?

Gait is a manner of walk....UNGAINLY is to walk clumsily

un gain energy to walk so walking clumsy or awkward

Ungainly and rickety... someone who is unstable on their feet, clumsy.

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