American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Beyond dispute or doubt; undeniable: indisputable evidence.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not disputable; not to be disputed; undoubtedly true; incontrovertible; incontestable.
- Synonyms Unquestionable, undeniable, irrefragable, indubitable, certain, positive, obvious.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Not disputable; incontrovertible; too evident to admit of dispute.
- adj. not open to question; obviously true
- adj. impossible to doubt or dispute
- in- + disputable (Wiktionary)
“It also offers what she calls indisputable proof that her husband and flight Capt.”
“What seems indisputable is that consumers would prefer to have a choice, between traditional service and electronic service.”
“There were certain indisputable themes in his work.”
“It is, in short, indisputable that the orogenic movements which uplift the hills have been at the basis of geological history.”
“Good Hope, "replied Shandon," they must necessarily have rounded the septentrional coasts of America -- that's what I call indisputable, doctor. ”
“This is ours by right, by history, and the cat sort of went out of the bag in the wake of Hillary's - the secretary of state's meetings in Hanoi, when a Chinese military official spokesman in a public setting said China has quote, unquote, "indisputable" - and then he used the magic word - sovereignty - over the South China Sea.”
“This is ours by right, by history, and the cat sort of went out of the bag in the wake of Hillary's - the secretary of state's meetings in Hanoi, when a Chinese military official spokesman in a public setting said China has quote, unquote, "indisputable" - and then he use the magic word - sovereignty - over the South China Sea.”
“In the story, the science of global warming is referred to as "indisputable" - "except that it is highly disputed, so it must be disputable.”
“… and maybe indisputable is the wrong term. perhaps ‘most plausible’ is more appropriate.”
“Many members of Congress (mostly Republicans) do not seem to be affected or moved by certain indisputable facts that: 1) America spends on Health-care approximately 17% of GDP.”
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