Antonyms of AMBIGUOUS

Examples of usage:

  1. His words were ambiguous; Rowland lay on the grass, wondering what they meant. "Roderick Hudson" by Henry James
  2. Grazing right disputes usually arose from the ambiguous language in the grant of land " with appurtenances". "Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed." by S. A. Reilly
  3. Dave left it feeling that he had eased his refusal into soft, ambiguous phrases; but old Gideon, reporting to Harvey D., said: " That chap hates a small town. "The Wrong Twin" by Harry Leon Wilson
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