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- adj. Not capable of being disputed, not subject to doubt or question, certain, assured.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Indisputable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not open to question; obviously true
Inspector General David Kotz said it is "undisputable" that the SEC "failed to carry out its mission in its oversight of Bear Stearns."
And it had still to name and praise the saddened Muslim clerics, reformers and poets who had first noted these "undisputable" differences.
The statement says that the students have been denied their "undisputable" legal rights to a lawyer and family visitation, and urged an investigation to resolve the "illegal limitations and contrary statutes" they face.
The World Health Organization announced the meeting after a steep rise in the number of cases in ministers in the worst-hit countries on Wednesday to get "undisputable" evidence of its spread.
Despite the small size of this study, the results are undisputable: weight reduction achieved through lifestyle intervention leads to improvements in liver histology in NASH.
If the study finds lead is a problem, it'll be pure science and undisputable; if lead isn't a problem there will be concerns over the study data and we're still reviewing the results.
I suspect that the well intentioned cleric has made a bit of a blunder; perhaps he was trying to deter his congregation from following suit by exhibiting the undisputable (to a heterosexual) yuck factor; perhaps he genuinely thought his congregation could not make an informed decision without seeing for themselves “what homosexuals do”; or perhaps he is naïve and overzealous.
“The president of the UCI would do well to dedicate all his energy to improve the situation of his sport, rather than dilute his responsibility by accusing a country like Spain, with its undisputable policy of ‘zero tolerance’ places it on the vanguard in the fight against doping,” the statement read.
In the words of Al Gore, "The debate is over, the evidence is undisputable" government intervention in a business downturn only prolongs the suffering.
What is undisputable, though, is that he is a politician unafraid to speak honestly to the voters and to adopt politically unpopular policies.
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