unarguably

adverb
un·​ar·​gu·​ably | \ ˌən-ˈär-gyə-wə-blē How to pronounce unarguably (audio) \

Definition of unarguably

: it cannot be argued : unquestionably

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Examples of unarguably in a Sentence

he is unarguably a better tennis player than his wife
Recent Examples on the Web Arguably the best athlete on this list and unarguably the most successful NFL player on it, Casper’s freshman year predated the return of freshman eligibility to college football by two years. Eric Hansen, Indianapolis Star, "Counting down Notre Dame football's 10 best tight ends," 13 Apr. 2020 While several candidates helped themselves and raised their stature — Harris unarguably is now in the top tier of candidates — others didn’t do enough to break out of the pack. Aric Chokey, sun-sentinel.com, "How did the Democratic candidates do in their first round of debates? We rated them.," 28 June 2019 The Aspen inn offers al fresco dining at 11,212 feet (pictured above) or near the pool with views of a living wall of flowers, unarguably the retreat's pièce de résistance. Michaela Bechler, Vogue, "8 of the Most Beautiful Hotel Gardens in North America," 2 Oct. 2018 His boss is Roger Penske, a living legend and unarguably the most successful Indy car owner in the sport's illustrious history. Jim Ayello, Indianapolis Star, "Insider: Will Power achieves immortality with Indy 500 win," 27 May 2018 For example, Richard Shaw is unarguably a master of technical wizardry. Julia Couzens, sacbee, "Power to the people -- through clay | The Sacramento Bee," 4 May 2018 In a Twitter video captured by HuffPost editor Philip Lewis, a packed room of students sing and dance along to the 2015 banger. While the scandal is infuriatingly bad, the collective action is inspiring and unarguably good. Amanda Arnold, The Cut, "Howard Students Sing ‘B*tch Better Have My Money’ Amid Financial Aid Scandal," 29 Mar. 2018 Currently, Leach is unarguably no better than the second-best FBS coach in the state. Ken Goe, OregonLive.com, "Ranking Pac-12 football coaches, from Chris Petersen (best) to Herm Edwards (say what?)," 26 Jan. 2018 The South has developed what are unarguably the most craveable biscuits—thanks in large part to the addition of buttermilk and a flour made from soft winter wheat. Caroline Rogers, Southern Living, "Things Southerners Take Credit For," 16 Feb. 2017

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1929, in the meaning defined above

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“Unarguably.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unarguably. Accessed 8 Jul. 2020.

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