indisputable

[ in-di-spyoo-tuh-buhl, in-dis-pyuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF indisputable
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He said this in a firm voice, as though making an indisputable statement.

It became known, as an indisputable fact, that she had a lover.

His words were received as though they were the expression of indisputable dogmas.

Of course it is (rejoined Antisthenes) the most indisputable specimen.

Am I right, then, that your claim to this knowledge is the best and most indisputable?

The great fact, however, was indisputable,—Upton had resigned.

This technique marks his style and gives it an individuality that is indisputable.

A multitude of observations prove this fact, which is now indisputable.

But existence is an indisputable fact: we must believe it, whether we can or not.

The one indisputable fact is that he would do anything to escape talking.

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, from Late Latin indisputabilis, from in- "not, opposite of, without" (see in- (1)) + disputabilis (see dispute). Related: Indisputably.

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