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Although fondue has its roots in the Alps, we’ve embraced it as an undeniable mainstay of party-going Americana.

Still, Mason’s influence was undeniable, that of a gadfly who eventually earned his bite.

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It’s undeniable that crops raised on fertilizers have produced historical yields.

With heat waves, wildfires, intense hurricanes, and other extreme weather events in the headlines, the ravages of climate change have become undeniable and unavoidable.

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However, it’s undeniable that astronomy research, and astronomers’ place in it, is more hands-off than it was a century ago, or even a decade ago.

The influx of talent behind the tables and in the showrooms was undeniable.

But for all the undeniable good that those facilities in Monrovia have done, they are completely overwhelmed.

But when Republicans political operatives are frank, the broad influence of race on the campaign is undeniable, if unintended.

In an industry where name recognition matters, Mario Kart has undeniable clout.

Still, she says, we have to take account of its undeniable role.

All wages are explained, and low wages are exonerated, on what seems to be an undeniable ground of fact.

This is a living undeniable truth, to which we call the especial attention of the colored reader in particular.

They had an undeniable success, and were twice repeated in Moscow during the season.

I left them as they were, and busied myself with rooting out undeniable weeds and carting off the slash and rubbish.

Whatever we may think of the details of this scene of parting, the waltz composed for Maria at Dresden is an undeniable fact.


On this page you'll find 113 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to undeniable, such as: certain, evident, indisputable, irrefutable, obvious, and unassailable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.