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incontrovertible

[in-kon-truh-vur-tuh-buh l, in-kon-] /ˌɪn kɒn trəˈvɜr tə bəl, ɪnˌkɒn-/
adjective
1.
not controvertible; not open to question or dispute; indisputable:
absolute and incontrovertible truth.
Origin
1640-1650
1640-50; in-3 + controvertible
Related forms
incontrovertibility, incontrovertibleness, noun
incontrovertibly, adverb
Synonyms
incontestable, undeniable, unquestionable.
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Examples for incontrovertible
  • For this there's enormous, incontrovertible evidence.
  • And at first glance, that contention seems nearly incontrovertible.
  • The attorney general was presented with incontrovertible evidence that crimes had occurred.
  • Sadness at being caught, at the incontrovertible knowledge that she will never forgive you.
  • The well-preserved fossil has given researchers incontrovertible proof of the ancient bird's wingspan.
  • Most incontrovertible is that they reduce constipation.
  • If the science for either side is incontrovertible, let's answer that question.
  • They may be modified, but they are also incontrovertible.
  • If anything is incontrovertible, it is that all the above play some part.
  • Some incontrovertible evidence that is impossible to deny.
British Dictionary definitions for incontrovertible

incontrovertible

/ˌɪnkɒntrəˈvɜːtəbəl; ɪnˌkɒn-/
adjective
1.
incapable of being contradicted or disputed; undeniable
Derived Forms
incontrovertibility, incontrovertibleness, noun
incontrovertibly, adverb
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