inarguably

adverb
in·​ar·​gu·​ably | \ (ˌ)i-ˈnär-gyə-wə-blē How to pronounce inarguably (audio) \

Definition of inarguably

: it cannot be argued : unquestionably inarguably, December is the best month for retailers

Examples of inarguably in a Sentence

was inarguably the most important factor in our victory over the other team
Recent Examples on the Web Russell, who died Sunday at age 88, is inarguably one of the greatest athletes in the history of team sports, collecting 11 titles in 13 seasons with the Boston Celtics. Jason Gay, WSJ, 1 Aug. 2022 The truth is that, whereas the 2020 election was inarguably free and fair and democratic, the Supreme Court is—in a straightforward, empirical sense—no longer a representative institution reflecting, more or less, the will of the American people. Adam Gopnik, The New Yorker, 6 July 2022 But science has inarguably demonstrated that recovery time is essential to getting the most out of cognitive capabilities. Shani Harmon, Forbes, 28 June 2022 Which brings us to perhaps golf’s greatest, and most inarguably valuable global contribution. Sally Jenkins, Anchorage Daily News, 11 June 2022 Contending teams do not get better or kick the door down to a championship by trading away a 24-year-old superstar who is arguably their most valuable player and inarguably one of the NFL’s best wide receivers. Gentry Estes, USA TODAY, 29 Apr. 2022 The 1996 movie version of Matilda, starring Mara Wilson in the title role, is inarguably one of the best children's book adaptations in history. Emma Dibdin, Town & Country, 17 June 2022 Even with restrictions on when CEOs can actually cash in, their paydays are inarguably huge. Maria Aspan, Fortune, 27 May 2022 The alliance with Putin’s state has been corrupting for the Orthodox Church, though the arrangement is inarguably traditionalist from the point of view of Russia’s long-running, deeply ingrained experience with authoritarianism. Rich Lowry, National Review, 10 Dec. 2021 See More

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First Known Use of inarguably

1925, in the meaning defined above

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7 Aug 2022

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“Inarguably.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/inarguably. Accessed 17 Aug. 2022.

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