Definition of inarguable
: 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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The inarguable factor in his loss, said Ossoff, was the gush of Republican money that came in to help Handel.
In a hālau, the kumu’s word is absolute and inarguable.
A tough man whose temper is hot enough to bring him close to murdering an employer (which earns him 20 months in a New York State prison), he is guided by ethical instincts that seem to him as inarguable as the laws of physics.
One point is inarguable: Many of these weapons did not remain long in government possession after arriving in their respective countries.
Well, it’s inarguable that enough people are out there, each one a value shopper.
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: certain or clearly true : not open to argument, doubt, or question
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