indisputable

adjective
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

Other Words from indisputable

indisputableness noun
indisputably \ ˌin-​di-​ˈspyü-​tə-​blē How to pronounce indisputable (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
Recent Examples on the Web One thing is indisputable: Paying for this endeavor would require an unprecedented tax hike — $163 billion annually, according to opponents. George Skelton, Los Angeles Times, 10 Jan. 2022 Heidi Klum used her indisputable charm to coerce fellow supermodel, Winnie Harlow, into joining the judge’s panel of Amazon’s latest show, Making The Cut. Essence, 14 July 2021 What is indisputable: the continuation of the spread of COVID-19, and the reaction to the spread, will have a ripple effect on the athletes. Lori Nickel, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 4 Jan. 2022 From the birth of Yiddish theater in Eastern Europe in the late 1800s to the legacy of Jewish composers — from Irving Berlin to Stephen Sondheim — in creating the Broadway musical, the historical Jewish connection to live theater is indisputable. Malina Saval, Variety, 16 Dec. 2021 As a class, the record of index investing in the past is indisputable. Los Angeles Times, 8 Dec. 2021 There are indisputable facts — tangible, hard facts of life, death, substance and consequence — that can help us become a stronger, united country. Washington Post, 29 July 2021 The offending images in these books, the complaint made clear, depicted segregated drinking fountains, firemen turning their hoses on Black children, and white parents protesting racial integration—all indisputable facts from our recent past. Esther Wang, The New Republic, 14 July 2021 The indisputable highlight of this leg of the tour is Gia Metric, dressed as an electric guitar, accentuated with electric blue. Rebecca Alter, Vulture, 20 Nov. 2021

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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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18 Jan 2022

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“Indisputable.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/indisputable. Accessed 29 Jan. 2022.

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indisputable

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of indisputable

: impossible to question or doubt : not disputable

indisputable

adjective
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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