#WordOfTheDay – Ever heard of univocal before?


Hello Sparkle Writers. It’s time to learn a new word!

Today’s #WordOfTheDay is ‘univocal’. Have you heard of this word before?

Univocal ˌ/juːnɪˈvəʊk(ə)l/ is an adjective that means having only one possible meaning; unambiguous. It can also mean having a single, sharply defined sense or nature.

Other words that can be used in place of univocal include: clear, direct, unmistakable, precise, straightforward. 

Let’s use this word in a few examples

She had no excuse for disobeying his orders were univocal. 

The Information Minister believes the President’s speech was univocal enough. 

See you next week with another new word.

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