precisely and clearly expressed, leaving nothing to implicationHe left explicit instructions on how to set the alarm.
It was a clear case of mistaken identity.
It's obvious that he doesn't like me.
I asked him to be more specific.
We deny there is any direct connection between the two cases.
One thing is certain – they have the utmost respect for each other.
I was warned not to leave my post without express orders.
It was plain to me that he was lying.
He brought the absolute proof that we needed.
I can't remember the exact words he used.
We will never know the precise details of his death.
It's too soon to give a definite answer.
Although there is no overt hostility, the two groups do not mix much.
unequivocal, , ,
Richardson's unequivocal commitment to fair play
He issued a categorical denial of all the charges.
(of a person) expressing something in a precise and clear way, so as to leave no doubt about what is meantsongs containing explicit references to sexual activity
They had a frank discussion about the issue.
She avoided giving a direct answer.
She has an open, trusting nature.
There was no positive evidence.
his reputation for plain speaking
graphic descriptions of violence
There was a distinct change in her attitude.
outspoken, , , , , ,
He was an outspoken critic of apartheid.
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in the sense of absolute
undoubted or certainHe brought the absolute proof that we needed.
in the sense of categorical
absolutely clear and certainHe issued a categorical denial of all the charges.
in the sense of certain
definitely knownOne thing is certain – they have the utmost respect for each other.
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