incontestable

[ in-kuh n-tes-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF incontestable
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This is quite another matter; my right of priority is incontestable.

But, after all, what incontestable defect in it has any one succeeded in demonstrating?

The highest tribute which he pays them is that their loyalty is incontestable.

That I take it by my own incontestable right and not of your hand, by your bounty and your charity?

There it was, malignant and incontestable, the mark of the thing on his brow.

But the man's genius is incontestable, his learning enormous.

The Egyptian character of much of this design is incontestable.

I had been suffering from a hallucination, that was an incontestable fact.

The truth of this has of late been proved by incontestable facts.

It is incontestable that spirits are produced by the saccharine substance.

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