unarguable

adjective
un·​ar·​gu·​able | \ ˌən-ˈär-gyə-wə-bəl How to pronounce unarguable (audio) \

Definition of unarguable

: not arguable

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Examples of unarguable in a Sentence

I will not challenge your unarguable expertise in the field of lepidopterology.
Recent Examples on the Web His influence in Minnesota's sports media is unarguable. Star Tribune, "Readers Write: Partisan zeal and the Minnesota Legislature, nuclear weapons test ban treaty, blame for COVID-19 deaths, Supreme Court strategy, Sid Hartman's omissions, people behaving well," 26 Oct. 2020 Where public monuments have long been overbearing and unarguable, these two are broad-minded and open-ended. Mark Jenkins, Washington Post, "In Alexandria, two art installations memorialize men and women who lived under exploitation," 17 Sep. 2020 The unarguable outcome is the most powerful government in a generation, under Boris Johnson. The Economist, "Uncharted waters Britain after Brexit," 30 Jan. 2020 This election means that getting Brexit done is now the irrefutable, irresistible unarguable decision of the British people. Fox News, "Boris Johnson vows to resolve Brexit by Jan 31st, European markets hit record high after Conservative sweep," 13 Dec. 2019 The menace of black victimization becomes the unarguable truth of the black identity. Shelby Steele, WSJ, "Why the Left Is Consumed With Hate," 23 Sep. 2018 This administration needs to come to terms with an unarguable fact — Russia is not America’s friend. Mark K. Matthews, The Denver Post, "Mike Coffman: Donald Trump “needs to exercise more discipline” with classified material," 16 May 2017 Whatever the origins of the urge, whether a legacy of long ago migration that’s baked into our DNA or a psychological tendency triggered by the right conditions, one thing remains unarguable. Mark Ellwood, Condé Nast Traveler, "The Science of Wanderlust," 12 June 2017

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First Known Use of unarguable

1881, in the meaning defined above

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“Unarguable.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unarguable. Accessed 8 May. 2021.

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unarguable

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unarguable

formal : certain or clearly true : not open to doubt or argument

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