undeniable

adjective
un·de·ni·able | \ ˌən-di-ˈnī-ə-bəl \

Definition of undeniable 

1 : plainly true : incontestable an undeniable fact

2 : unquestionably excellent or genuine an applicant with undeniable references

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Other words from undeniable

undeniableness noun
undeniably \ˌən-di-ˈnī-ə-blē \ adverb

Examples of undeniable in a Sentence

The band's popularity is undeniable.

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His approach gives the action scenes and fight choreography in Deadpool 2 an undeniable sense of energy and fun, but for the most part the movie plays things straightforward. Bryan Bishop, The Verge, "Deadpool 2 proves the first movie was no fluke," 15 May 2018 For two brief but undeniable spans, Mike Trout never has been worse as a baseball player while putting together what might be by some measures the greatest season of all time. Jeff Miller, latimes.com, "Angels have been maddening with their consistent inconsistency," 2 July 2018 By contrast, the crisis facing the migrants themselves is wrenching and undeniable. Eric Levitz, Daily Intelligencer, "We Owe Central American Migrants Much More Than This," 21 June 2018 For all of our pride in being citizens of the United States — a nation founded on the very idea that a free people should not be ruled by kings and queens — there is an undeniable and lasting allure associated with monarchies. Bob Kustra And The Reader’s Corner Team, idahostatesman, "Reader’s Corner: Best-selling biographer reveals an intimate look at Prince Charles | Idaho Statesman," 21 Apr. 2018 But in recent years their role in voting has become undeniable. Danny Hakim, New York Times, "Mexico’s Hardball Politics Get Even Harder as PRI Fights to Hold On to Power," 24 June 2018 And there was a basic observation about the future of Embiid and Simmons that was becoming increasingly undeniable as Philly win 20 of its 21 final games. Andrew Sharp, SI.com, "The Sixers and a Summer Full of Questions," 10 May 2018 That became undeniable in the wee hours of September 19, a Saturday morning, when the Japanese parliament (the Diet) passed a series of historic—indeed, once unthinkable—bills, despite massive protests on the streets of Tokyo. Bill Powell, Newsweek, "How Shinzo Abe Became Postwar Japan's Most Consequential Leader," 29 Sep. 2015 Whitney Houston’s talent was undeniable, and, sadly, so were her demons. Melinda Newman, Billboard, "'Whitney' Director Kevin Macdonald on Capturing Houston's Magical Rise and Tragic Fall," 3 July 2018

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First Known Use of undeniable

1547, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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undeniable

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of undeniable

: clearly true : impossible to deny

undeniable

adjective
un·de·ni·able | \ ˌən-di-ˈnī-ə-bəl \

Kids Definition of undeniable

: clearly true : impossible to deny an undeniable fact

Other words from undeniable

undeniably \-blē \ adverb He was undeniably right.

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