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uncontrovertible

Definitions

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  • adj. incontrovertible

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Incontrovertible.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ controvertible

Examples

  • Struck with this plain but uncontrovertible truth, Camilla wiped her eyes, and strove to recover some composure; but finding her tears still force their way, 'It is not,' she cried, with some hesitation, 'it is not the aspersions of Miss Margland alone that give me so much vexation – the unkindness of Indiana –'

    Camilla

  • This is a correct, uncontrovertible statement of law.

    Balkinization

  • That's the first fact that I just think is uncontrovertible.

    CNN Transcript May 31, 2008

  • These six sinister monsters gleam now in the great gallery side by side, their poison fangs drawn, their mission abandoned, the grim vestiges, the uncontrovertible evidence of one nightmare among the many nightmares of hate and evil that afflicted the human brain during the Age of Frustration.

    The Shape of Things to Come

  • The right is faced with some uncontrovertible facts:

    Firedoglake » Ned Lamont: Breaking Out

  • So I would go to what is solid, uncontrovertible fact, and that is the records that each committee keeps with regard to the attendance at every hearing of all the members, whether they're there or not.

    CNN Transcript Aug 15, 2004

  • His apologies, over and over, are for debatable errors of policy; but he still refuses to admit, let alone give us insight into, most of these fatal, uncontrovertible misstatements of fact.

    McNamara & Vietnam

  • The thing with which the ants were already busy there on the floor was an uncontrovertible fact.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, July 1908.

  • Even the "White Book" of the German Government, by the very uncontrovertible language of its documents, must convince every impartial being of this fact.

    New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1 From the Beginning to March, 1915 With Index

  • _Fez_ will be changed into _Fas_, and _Morocco_ into _Marocco_, for this plain and uncontrovertible reason, -- because they are so spelled in the original language of the countries, of which they are the chief cities.

    An Account of Timbuctoo and Housa Territories in the Interior of Africa

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