in·​ar·​gu·​able (ˌ)i-ˈnär-gyə-wə-bəl How to pronounce inarguable (audio)
: not arguable : not open to doubt or debate
her impact was substantial and inarguable

Examples of inarguable in a Sentence

the colonists presented their case for political independence with what they regarded as inarguable logic
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Word History

First Known Use

circa 1875, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of inarguable was circa 1875

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“Inarguable.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 22 Feb. 2024.

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