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  • adv. In an uncontestable way.


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  • It is a fitting finale and a poignant farewell to a career defiantly and uncontestably sui generis.

    The Girl in the Polka Dot Dress by Beryl Bainbridge – review

  • Actually, I wrote up post #40 to show that I can see that there are crimes where the motivation is uncontestably based on disdain or dissaproval or anger or hate or whatever towards, in this case, religion, and by extension towards sexual orientation, race, national origin, etc.

    On Hate Crime Statutes

  • Many insurance companies still are trying to avoid paying fair compensation to area customers who, uncontestably, suffered substantial losses in last year's Hurricane Ivan.

    Little Matchstick Girls

  • The argument is supervaluationally valid since classically valid and its premises are uncontestably true.

    Sorites Paradox

  • L'Expression newspaper concurred, writing that while Saddam was uncontestably "a dictator whom humanity and the Iraqi people will never forgive for his crimes", his "humiliating capture" was a

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • And the Celtic relics, uncontestably curious for the archaeologist, have naught for the artist, they are badly set, badly composed, Carnac and Erdeven have no physiognomy.

    The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters

  • Africa, for all that happens that is positive on the continent, is home uncontestably to more wars, more death, more horror and more human misery than anywhere else.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • There is an uncontestably high correlation between IQ and those professions which are seminal in the intellectual, aesthetic, and scientific life of our society.

    How Useful Is IQ?

  • The Academy of Sciences recognizes the true value of all these applications and wishes to emphasize those which contribute to the progress of navigation, because it is uncontestably these that have rendered the greatest benefit to humanity.

    Nobel Prize in Physics 1912 - Presentation Speech

  • They'd drag their heels because the E's, each blasted one of them, would regard the absolutely true facts proved beyond question by science with an attitude of skepticism, temporarily accepting the uncontestably immutable as only provisionary, and probably quite wrong.

    Eight Keys to Eden


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