Definitions

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  • adj. not debatable

Etymologies

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non- +‎ debatable

Examples

  • Prior to March 1980, it had “been determined by a precedent that a motion to go into executive session, being nondebatable, would automatically put the Senate on the first treaty.”

    A Tortured History of ObamaCare | RedState

  • We require a nondebatable nonthinking ideological framework in order to function.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Robert Bork and the Contradictions of Conservatism:

  • A motion to adjourn is a nondebatable motion to end the day's session of the House or Senate or a committee.

    11/07/2007

  • The resolution would be nondebatable and nonamendable, which means the Republican minority would not be allowed to attach, say, a separate resolution blocking Al Franken from being seated from Minnesota.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • They then wrote a ook on Global Warming and started the Greenhouse Gases Movement based on proven Science that was nondebatable!

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