- indisputable + -ly (Wiktionary)
“A torrent of pain indisputably swirls through the world of sentient animal life as well.”
“English novels which we can call indisputably great.”
“An interesting thought, but certainly it would never be described as indisputably causal.”
“His one-man productions have been called "the kind of indisputably riotous show that sets off regular explosions of laughter" (Miami Herald).”
“The Saints do not even have history on their side, never mind their current league position, to support that "indisputably".”
“How this makes them "indisputably" a Premier League club is beyond comprehension, unless you're on magic mushrooms.”
“His license is '' indisputably '' valuable, despite the walleye ban, Reinwasser said.”
“I love it so, love the gravity of the illusion that out there-on the move minute by minute-life is finally, indisputably, meaningful, one’s intentions to contribute something useful to society are being consummated, one’s insatiable curiosity is getting a good soaking, et cetera.”
“For a few years, SAT would abbreviate a hypothetically less offensive but indisputably more awkward name for the examination: Scholastic Assessment Test.”
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Derivatives from Chapter 20 of Part One of English Words from Latin and Greek Elements
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