from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. In a manner that is incapable of being disputed or argued against.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an indisputable manner; in a manner or degree not admitting of dispute; unquestionably.


indisputable +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)


  • A torrent of pain indisputably swirls through the world of sentient animal life as well.

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  • English novels which we can call indisputably great.

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  • An interesting thought, but certainly it would never be described as indisputably causal.

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  • His one-man productions have been called "the kind of indisputably riotous show that sets off regular explosions of laughter" (Miami Herald). Featured Content

  • The Saints do not even have history on their side, never mind their current league position, to support that "indisputably".

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  • How this makes them "indisputably" a Premier League club is beyond comprehension, unless you're on magic mushrooms.

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  • His license is "indisputably" valuable, despite the walleye ban, Reinwasser said.


  • His license is '' indisputably '' valuable, despite the walleye ban, Reinwasser said.

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  • 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.

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  • 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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