That Mr. Darwin's theory excludes teleology is everywhere assumed as an uncontroverted and uncontrovertible fact.
And, in fact, the record in so many words so stated, and the statement was uncontroverted by the relator.
These principles, it is believed, are uncontroverted by any civilized nation in modern times.
Ever since, the privilege of the commons, in all other places except in the house of peers, has passed for uncontroverted.
What may fitly be done here is to state the uncontroverted and dominant facts of the situation as it stands in the autumn of 1897.
It is an uncontroverted point, that the primitive language of Britain was the same as that of Gaul.
Of Lycurgus the lawgiver we have nothing to relate that is certain and uncontroverted.
On the part of the plaintiff there was an amended petition fully fortified by uncontroverted affidavits.
not disputed or opposed