incontestable

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adjective in·con·test·able \ˌin-kən-ˈte-stə-bəl\

Definition of incontestable

  1. :  not contestable :  indisputable <an incontestable fact> <incontestable talent>

incontestability

play \ˌin-kən-ˌte-stə-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun

incontestably

play \ˌin-kən-ˈte-stə-blē\ adverb

Examples of incontestable in a sentence

  1. The evidence against him is incontestable.

  2. <the incontestable statement that every contest has a winner and a loser>

Origin and Etymology of incontestable

French, from in- + contestable, from contester to contest


First Known Use: 1673


INCONTESTABLE Defined for English Language Learners

incontestable

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adjective in·con·test·able \ˌin-kən-ˈte-stə-bəl\

Definition of incontestable for English Language Learners

  • : not able to be doubted or questioned



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