in·​dis·​put·​able | \ ˌin-di-ˈspyü-tə-bəl How to pronounce indisputable (audio) , (ˌ)in-ˈdi-spyə- \

Definition of indisputable

: not disputable : unquestionable indisputable proof

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Other Words from indisputable

indisputableness noun
indisputably \ ˌin-​di-​ˈspyü-​tə-​blē How to pronounce indisputably (audio) , (ˌ)in-​ˈdi-​spyə-​ \ adverb

Examples of indisputable in a Sentence

an indisputable fact that is not subject to interpretation according to one's political beliefs
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First Known Use of indisputable

1551, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for indisputable

Late Latin indisputabilis, from Latin in- + disputabilis disputable

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“Indisputable.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 11 Aug. 2020.

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English Language Learners Definition of indisputable

: impossible to question or doubt : not disputable


in·​dis·​put·​able | \ ˌin-di-ˈspyü-tə-bəl How to pronounce indisputable (audio) , in-ˈdi-spyə- \

Kids Definition of indisputable

: impossible to question or doubt indisputable proof

Other Words from indisputable

indisputably \ -​blē \ adverb

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