inarguable

adjective
in·​ar·​gu·​able | \ (ˌ)i-ˈnär-gyə-wə-bəl How to pronounce inarguable (audio) \

Definition of inarguable

: not arguable : not open to doubt or debate her impact was substantial and inarguable

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Examples of inarguable in a Sentence

the colonists presented their case for political independence with what they regarded as inarguable logic
Recent Examples on the Web But with hindsight, the concerns seem quaint and the benefits seem inarguable. Dominic Pino, National Review, 13 June 2021 Offensively, Canha’s impact in the A’s leadoff spot has been inarguable. Matt Kawahara, San Francisco Chronicle, 12 June 2021 In essence, people are assigning human-like sentience to today’s AI, despite the undeniable and inarguable fact that no such AI exists as yet. Lance Eliot, Forbes, 3 June 2021 This will give us clear and inarguable information about how the cosmos grew and evolved. Don Lincoln, CNN, 3 June 2021 There are some inarguable facts about Friends: the apartments were unrealistically large; Emily deserved better; the lack of diversity was unnerving; and the fashion was on point. Neha Prakash, Marie Claire, 28 May 2021 In essence, people are assigning human-like sentience to today’s AI, despite the undeniable and inarguable fact that no such AI exists as yet. Lance Eliot, Forbes, 17 May 2021 In essence, people are assigning human-like sentience to today’s AI, despite the undeniable and inarguable fact that no such AI exists as yet. Lance Eliot, Forbes, 12 May 2021 The moral and public-health case for prioritizing rapid global vaccination over corporate profits is inarguable. Steve Coll, The New Yorker, 9 May 2021

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First Known Use of inarguable

circa 1875, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of inarguable was circa 1875

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19 Jun 2021

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“Inarguable.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/inarguable. Accessed 19 Jun. 2021.

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inarguable

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of inarguable

chiefly US, somewhat formal : certain or clearly true : not open to argument, doubt, or question

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