from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In an incontrovertible manner; in a manner not capable of being denied, challenged, or disputed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an incontrovertible manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an obvious and provable manner
In fact, I learned from Bear Grylls (I assume that television shows remain incontrovertibly educational?) that we can survive in the harshest environments for so long as we have a canteen, shoelaces, socks and a camera crew.
But to argue that de Lubicz has resolved the presumptive paradox "incontrovertibly" is nonsense; to dogmatize that Egyptian science was under-pinned by a hermetic religious philosophy is, at best, wildly speculative; and to write off orthodox interpretations of Egyptian religious symbolism as "banal" tells us more about Mr. West's unspoken, and probably unconscious, prejudices than it does about the vexed problems of Egyptian eschatology.
In the piece, ostensibly about the quite likely reality that our Web-empowered culture is gaining in information but declining in knowledge, Thompson complains that there are too many rubes who ask the following ignorant questions about "incontrovertibly" "settled facts":
On these occasions, as well as in those above mentioned, the conduct of this truly vir - tuous judge, was such as incontrovertibly shewed that the law is no respecter of persojis; and his persevering exertions to restrain the destructive vice of gaming, have been attended with no in - considerable degree of success.
And significantly, each statement in the above ad is incontrovertibly true.
Over five decades of empirical data from nuclear tests and EMP simulators prove incontrovertibly that the EMP threat is very real.
Obama's reluctance to lead, and to establish the United States ringingly and incontrovertibly as the ally of the freedom movements, is owed to many things, but most of all, I think, it is the result of certain conventional assumptions about the historical agency of the United States in the developing world.
While Rockwell is incontrovertibly a star design talent, the aesthetic prominence of the restaurant versus the rest of the property reads a trifle overbearing.
To appeal to (at least thinking) Americans, the makers of Wave need to take steps to ensure that if the end-user wants to protect his/her absolute privacy while using this admittedly exciting and paradigm-shifting new product, it can, via easy configuration settings, be satisfactorily and incontrovertibly achieved at all possible levels, and in all possible ways.
As much as it costs me in terms of self-esteem, I have to admit to the world that which is incontrovertibly true: My body does not produce enough of an important natural compound: I suffer from Chassagne-Montrachet Deficiency Syndrome.
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