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Unequivocal GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Unequivocal GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

/ˌʌn.ɪˈkwɪv.ə.kəl/ (adj)


expressed in a clear and direct way, transparent, unambiguous, evident, undeniable, manifest, explicit, apparent, obvious, palpable, incontrovertible, indisputable, lucid, indubitable, categorical


Writing for the Court, Justice Neil Gorsuch found that it is unequivocal and clear—and always has been clear—that the Sixth Amendment right to trial by an impartial jury means that a jury must reach a unanimous verdict in order to convict. Indeed, he wrote, by the time the states ratified the Sixth Amendment in 1791, unanimous verdicts had been required for about 400 years. And the Court has said 13 times over 120 years that the Sixth Amendment requires unanimity.



ambiguous, vague, equivocal

Parts of speech

Adverb: unequivocally

Noun: unequivocalness

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