Examples of incontestable in a Sentence
The evidence against him is incontestable.
the incontestable statement that every contest has a winner and a loser
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The moralized vague, the unspecific, has the advantage of being incontestable.
But where Edgerton’s rigid rules form an incontestable hierarchy that ultimately undermines his entire family, Krasinski’s character clearly shares equally with his wife the burden of protecting and providing for his family.
Pound’s visionary role in leading poetry in English into the modern, after the etiolations of the late 19th century, seems incontestable.
And across red-carpet reporting, a tone of reluctance reigned even as black dress after black dress made an incontestable statement.
Its readership is vast, its satisfactions apparently limitless, its profitability incontestable.
True believers would argue that yes, maybe these UFO reports aren’t especially reliable, but there really is incontestable proof of galactic visitors.
That Americans want cheaper medicines seems incontestable.
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INCONTESTABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of incontestable for English Language Learners
: not able to be doubted or questioned
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