there's no mistaking somebody/something

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there's no mistaking (someone or something)

Someone or something is clearly and easily recognizable or identifiable. Justine left this note: there's no mistaking her handwriting. You should see him standing next to the ticket desk at the station—he's wearing a bright pink fedora, so there's no mistaking him.
See also: mistake, no

there’s no miˈstaking somebody/something

somebody/something is easy to recognize; something is obvious: There’s no mistaking her voice — she’s got a very strong Scottish accent.There’s no mistaking the new mood of optimism in the country.
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Having spent much of my childhood in my mother's tiny southern hometown, I am here to tell you that there's no mistaking a working-class Baptist church lady for a honky-tonk honey, even at a distance of 100 yards.
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