from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not arguable.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not arguable; certain, incontestable or incontrovertible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. against which no argument can be made
Sorry, no etymologies found.
What strikes me as inarguable is that Hillary is today a more resonant, consequential, and potent figure than she has ever been before.
This is the "inarguable" part of the story, folks.
First, I've dropped the reference to food issues for the troops -- there are ambiguities about the story, and so it doesn't deserve to be in a section with the word "inarguable" in the title.
Some people in e-mails have taken issue with the word "inarguable" when it comes to the troops not receiving proper armor/vehicles/support.
But even that "inarguable" idea is open to, well, arguments.
You don't have to take my word for it, though: as much as I dislike people who quote Metacritic stats as some kind of inarguable gospel, it's fair to say that a film with an MC score of 96 is likely to quite good.
Mr. Masniak also claimed that "most of the cases these days seem to be going against Sydnor's interpretation, which hardly makes it 'inarguable' or as crazy as the paper makes out."
We grasp that cops are a necessary evil, not “an inarguable force for good”.
It seems that everyone in the know agrees that from an architectural point of view, this new 45,000-square-foot pavilion -- the largest naturally lit, open-plan museum space in the world -- is an inarguable success.
It's inarguable that if we're going to make the world a better place now and for future generations personal rewilding is central to the process and will entail a major paradigm shift in how we view and live in the world, and how we behave.