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uncontradictable

Definitions

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  • adj. That cannot be contradicted; irrefutable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • That cannot be contradicted.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ contradictable

Examples

  • The uncontradictable truth must also be contained in the community where the fiction was originally written.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • There spoke, too, an earnest dedication to malignity in the accomplishment to which he had brought the art of telling unspoken, and therefore uncontradictable, lies about her mother.

    The Judge

  • The sworn statement of General Joseph Graham, who was present at the place and time, (see page 228), uncontradicted and uncontradictable, states all the facts in a lucid, and impregnable manner.

    Reminiscences and Memoirs of North Carolina and Eminent North Carolinians

  • It is an uncontradictable fact that without exercise all organs flatten and end by disappearing altogether.

    The Queen Pedauque

  • And yet, product as he was of a regime that worshipped no ideals but its own; hide-bound by the traditions of his ancestry; holding in secret disdain men and women who could not boast of equal wealth and lineage; dictatorial, uncontradictable; stickler for obsolete forms and ceremonies -- there still lay deep under the crust of his pride the heart of a father, and, by his standards, the soul of a gentleman.

    Kennedy Square

  • Cash-Gospel or whatever name it have, that does not, with clear tone, uncontradictable, carrying conviction to all hearts, forever keep men in mind of these things.

    Past and Present

  • It is a poor Gospel, Cash-Gospel or whatever name it have, that does not, with clear tone, uncontradictable, carrying conviction to all hearts, forever keep men in mind of these things.

    Past and Present Thomas Carlyle's Collected Works, Vol. XIII.

  • The second half of Bowen’s famous aphorism fiction “must, therefore, contain uncontradictable truth, to warrant the original lie” is half-right.

    Archive 2009-01-01

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