incontrovertible

[ in-kon-truh-vur-tuh-buhl, in-kon- ]SEE DEFINITION OF incontrovertible
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Carpenter's indictment of civilization seems to me incontrovertible.

If the Gulf States go, still it is their right, immemorial, incontrovertible!

And has an incontrovertible opinion been formed as to the paternity of this tract?

The facts speak for themselves, and facts are incontrovertible.

We think we have shown this fact by incontrovertible evidence.

The texts of the Salic law give us incontrovertible evidence.

Nothing could be more just or incontrovertible than this claim.

His reasoning was incontrovertible; but I damned his conclusions.

“It is a sad but incontrovertible fact,” replied Mr Summers.

The principle expressed is incontrovertible—but there may be something beyond it.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, from in- (1) "not" + controvertible (see controvert). Related: Incontrovertibly.

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