Adjective(1) generally agreed upon; not subject to dispute
(1) It is a sign of the appalling lack of civics knowledge among the population and the media that the Democrats go unchallenged when they make these claims.(2) The reason it became incapable of doing this is because it wielded largely unchallenged power for a very long time and did not have to practice self-examination as a result.(3) Its decision to remain outside the law demonstrates high-handed contempt for the rule of European Union law and must not go unchallenged .(4) Someone, I am not sure which of you, mentioned sanctions; there is a degree of feeling, we gather, that certain actions go unchallenged , go unsorted.(5) But Wales did get their priceless second on 67 minutes when Davies curled in another free-kick and Hartson rose unchallenged to power a header to the net.(6) The conclusion of World War II saw the emergence of the US as the unchallenged and pre-eminent capitalist power.(7) He knows that, whether or not any new European Constitution is passed, Britain will be dragged further and further into corporatism if present arrangements go unchallenged .(8) As the potential model for other ventures between the public and private sector in Toronto, it would be regrettable if we let Dundas Square's weaknesses as a public square go unchallenged .(9) This is not to say that the business voice should go unchallenged , but it should certainly have the opportunity to be heard in a loud, clear and unambiguous way at the very centre of government.(10) Of course, upholding the right to be offensive does not mean allowing objectionable views to go unchallenged , on some spineless basis that everybody is entitled to his opinion.(11) Enforcers in full-face helmets were everywhere, striding through the crowd with arrogance born of unchallenged supremacy.(12) Our contribution to Casino and district is considerable in terms of both financial and social effects and we don't believe that an article such as yours should go unchallenged .(13) There is a kind of infantilism in the booze-and - footie culture of the central Scotland male that allows prejudice to go unchallenged and ignorance unaddressed.(14) Today, America stands unchallenged as a global power, projecting its economic and military strength throughout the world.(15) Supporters of Social Security really don't have the luxury of letting one lie or distortion go unchallenged or unanswered.(16) This is predicated on acceptance of the unchallenged military supremacy of the US.
1. unquestioned ::
2. undisputed ::
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