from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not open to challenge: unchallengeable facts.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not open to challenge; indisputable
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not to be challenged; secure.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not open to challenge
Professor John Beddington said that although it is "unchallengeable" that carbon dioxide is warming the planet, climate researchers should be less hostile to those who seek to question their findings.
Its the notion of unchallengeable "Truth," whatever its origins, that needs to be done away with (
And it's notable that they did it not by relying on the rules of Chinese criminal procedure, which are full of loopholes and exceptions that the police, with assists from prosecutors and judges, skillfully manipulate to give them unchallengeable leverage over any suspect.
Welcome to the era of Michael Ignatieff, unchallenged today -- and unchallengeable tomorrow. posted by Dr. Dawg at 6: 09 PM
His claims of impeccable, unchallengeable claims and VA reps begging for his case files when he presents are one method he uses to get vets to work with HIM instead of Veterans Commission, DAV or other veterans organization service officers.
In short I want to say that I identify with MALI, and also with those who's feelings may have been hurt .. but I do not recognize any [unchallengeable] constants ..
In both cases, a long-standing acceptance of unchallengeable domination, of the remorseless wielding of power and intimidation, of dangerous coziness, of acknowledged but resigned and shrugged-off corruption, are suddenly and shockingly overturned.
The correlation between women's rights and economic development, political stability and social progress is statistically unchallengeable.
That's how Al Gore described the science of climate change this week, by which we suppose he meant it's elementary and unchallengeable.
Here you will find, to your amused horror, the inimitable online stylings of the cult: the odd, snooty-ootily formal prose, no doubt informed, in this case, by the bombastic, faux-eloquent tone of the novel itself; the unchallengeable quotations of the master (read: mistress); the ecstatic squeals ("I love John Galt!") of the eager acolyte; and the dismissal of troublemaking skeptics without actually addressing what they say.
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