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This objection is at once removed, when reflecting on our condition as incontrovertibly shown in a foregoing part of this work.
Pick Gresham to pieces and he was incontrovertibly convicted of sheer ugliness, but the fact bothered him not at all.
THE BEAUTYMRS. WILSON WOODROW
It was incontrovertibly the fiercest trial to which he could have been subjected.
GENERAL GATACREBEATRIX GATACRE
These facts have been incontrovertibly proved by an examination of the crops of the birds at all seasons.
DOG BREAKINGWILLIAM NELSON HUTCHINSON
Its introduction may not, in the single instance, be incontrovertibly significant as to Brownings attitude towards Christianity.
BROWNING AND DOGMAETHEL M. NAISH
These notions are highly unfavourable to population, which is, incontrovertibly, the first source of power in a state.
CHRISTIANITY UNVEILEDNICOLAS-ANTOINE BOULANGER
The fact is incontrovertibly evident, that physical agents, subtile and unseen, are every where at work.
THE SPIRIT LANDSAMUEL B. (SAMUEL BULFINCH) EMMONS
If to-morrow my innocence were shown up incontrovertibly to all the world, she would say triumphantly, 'I told you so.'
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And in Kirkwood's case the woman had put him in the wrong when all the right was so incontrovertibly on his side.
OTHERWISE PHYLLISMEREDITH NICHOLSON
This would certainly be a hardship, and incontrovertibly unjust.

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