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Word: indisputable

Definition: too certain to be disputed; beyond doubt


Sentences Containing 'indisputable'

A few days before he died in 1916, Washing on wrote to the Forum suggesting an article dealing with "the definitive, indisputable facts relating to the Negro's progress as a race.'
Along with Persian influences, which had an indisputable effect, Seljuk architecture was also inspired by Christian and Muslim Armenians.
Among the children of the same family there can be no indisputable difference but that of sex, and that of age.
But hegemony of Denmark was indisputable, and Gustav regarded them with suspicion.
Despite the company's indisputable leadership in television technology, David Sarnoff in 1955 commented, "Television will never be a medium of entertainment".
In December 2007, after her mayoralty was proven indisputable, she announced that her new goal is to focus on improving the city's transportation, public construction, and environmental protection.
It concluded its coverage: "The known facts made only one thing indisputable: either a serious scandal was being hushed up or a really diabolical libel had been perpetrated."
She has become the "indisputable lead female voice of Latin urban and reggaeton music an international icon for Latin music itself."
The anatomical fact of this labyrinth is indisputable; and that the supposition founded upon it is reasonable and true, seems the more cogent to me, when I consider the otherwise inexplicable obstinacy of that leviathan in HAVING HIS SPOUTINGS OUT, as the fishermen phrase it.
The official told Knight Ridder "What is indisputable is that Zarqawi was operating out of Baghdad and was involved in a lot of bad activities," but that the report didn't conclude that Saddam's regime had provided "aid, comfort and succor" to al-Zarqawi.
Until 1996, these excavations in Alexandria harbour led to the discovery of many archeological remains: 5,000 architectural blocks weighing up to 75 tons, columns, capitals, huge broken statues, a dozen sphinxes, and above all the indisputable remains of the lighthouse itself.
While dismissing much research as optimistic interpretations of the source materials, Merryweather claimed to have found indisputable evidence of a bagpiper in Liverpool in 1571.
“His architecture intense, sunny, rich in pure forms, bejewelled with bright colours …works designed with imagination, ingenuity and indisputable, creative passion”.

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