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The lamb of pasture-fed animals must be incontestably superior.

Being an Englishman, he was incontestably right in doing so.

These four beings were at this moment, each and all of them, incontestably happy.

The chief illustration of a book is incontestably the formula in which it is summed up.

This stream is incontestably the flumen of the Commentaries.

His theory of the tendency to movement is incontestably true.

Liszt was incontestably the more artistic, the more vibrant, the more electric.

But that word he has incontestably the merit of having spoken.

This third aristocracy is incontestably the first, if you will excuse the Hibernianism.

Unaccountable as this may sound, it is, nevertheless, incontestably true.

WORD ORIGIN

1670s, from French incontestable, from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + contestable (see contest (v.)). Related: Incontestably.

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