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

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This much is inarguable: His name has been in lights from the very earliest moments of his fashion career. Nicole Phelps, Vogue, "Legendary Designer Karl Lagerfeld Has Died," 19 Feb. 2019 The concert struck a blow for racial progress and helped legitimize jazz as a music with deep roots and inarguable worth. John Edward Hasse, WSJ, "The Concert That Changed Music History," 24 Dec. 2018 In an event where people fought over basically everything, Nigeria’s stylistic dominance was inarguable. Rebecca Jennings, Vox, "11 pieces of clothing that explain 2018," 20 Dec. 2018 Halpern’s splashy, ’60s spin on sparkle gave way to makeup artist Sam Bryant’s cool-girl constellations for Simone Rocha, each take making an inarguable case for all that glitters. Calin Van Paris, Vogue, "5 Spectacular Beauty Trends That Swept the London Runways This Week," 19 Sep. 2018 The inarguable proof came in the concert’s second half, when the Count Basie Orchestra – featuring Bridgewater in three songs – returned balance to the sonic environment. Howard Reich, chicagotribune.com, "Dee Dee Bridgewater embraces her Memphis soul," 2 June 2018 But from yoga to biodynamism to sustainability to weed, the slow march of progress has revealed an inarguable truth: Hippie values have won. Devin Friedman, GQ, "The Hippies Were Right After All," 14 June 2018 In the moments after the Golden State Warriors eliminated the Houston Rockets to advance to the NBA Finals, anyone who decided to point out what seemed like an inarguable truth was going to hear from a vocal minority. Dan Woike, latimes.com, "76ers' investigation into claims that Bryan Colangelo had fake Twitter accounts is surreal," 31 May 2018 But active bigotry and racial hatred are inarguable, and ABC appears to understand that. Matthew Gilbert, BostonGlobe.com, "ABC played with fire, and got burned by Roseanne," 29 May 2018

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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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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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