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[uhn-di-nahy-uh-buh l] /ˌʌn dɪˈnaɪ ə bəl/
incapable of being denied or disputed:
undeniable evidence of arson.
not open to refusal:
an undeniable call for help.
unquestioned as to quality, merit, etc.; indisputably good:
undeniable artistic talent.
Origin of undeniable
1540-50; un-1 + deniable
Related forms
undeniableness, noun
undeniably, adverb
1. incontrovertible, incontestable, unquestionable; obvious, evident, clear, certain, sure. Unabridged
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British Dictionary definitions for undeniable


unquestionably or obviously true
of unquestionable excellence: a man of undeniable character
unable to be resisted or denied
Derived Forms
undeniableness, noun
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Word Origin and History for undeniable

1540s, from un- (1) "not" + deny + -able. Related: Undeniably.

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