What is the opposite of unmistakable?

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Opposite of unique, such that it cannot be mistaken for something else
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Opposite of clear, obvious or unambiguous in nature
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Opposite of irrefutable, or impossible to deny
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Opposite of expressing something forcibly and clearly
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Opposite of able to be seen
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Opposite of exact in correspondence or adherence to something
“For the kids, the rules can probably be adhered to in a loose manner.”
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Opposite of capable of being distinguished and named
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Opposite of needing very little effort
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“The climb was difficult, for there was only a narrow pathway between and around rugged rock outcroppings.”
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Opposite of based on sound reasoning
“Steven Avery was convicted of murder due to an unconvincing case put forward by his defense lawyers.”
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Opposite of possible to be treated as fact
“During our second drink, I sketch imaginary facts about an imaginary life.”
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Opposite of plain or blunt
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Opposite of distinctive or distinguishing of a particular person, place, or thing
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Opposite of revealing, indicating, or betraying something
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Opposite of conclusively proven
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Opposite of having the distinctive qualities of a particular type of person or thing
“The drug not only has the power to cause overdoses, but it also can create erratic and unusual behavior in those who take it.”
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Opposite of a stated certainty
“Kris wanted so desperately to trust Jim, but was uncertain of his motives.”
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Opposite of providing a faithful representation of someone or something
“One immediate point about this passage is that it is a wildly inaccurate rendition of Cyprian's original.”
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Opposite of done, perceived, or existing in open view
“The President called and said that he wanted to speak to me about a secret matter.”
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Opposite of distinct or special to a specific individual, thing or circumstance
“The basic concept applies to a general class of operator equations and general discretization methods.”
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