undeniable

adjective
un·​de·​ni·​able | \ ˌən-di-ˈnī-ə-bəl How to pronounce undeniable (audio) \

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 How to pronounce undeniably (audio) \ adverb

Examples of undeniable in a Sentence

The band's popularity is undeniable.
Recent Examples on the Web What is undeniable is that Wuhan, in which live pangolins, civets and other wild species were sold, is exactly the sort of place where a new zoonotic disease might originate. The Economist, "Curbing zoonotic diseases Will wet markets be hung out to dry after the pandemic?," 26 May 2020 The strategic importance of its god’s-eye view of Earth, for instance, is undeniable—whether as a shining beacon of peace or a sentinel of war. Leonard David, Scientific American, "NASA Proposes New Rules for Moon-Focused Space Race," 21 May 2020 Its timeliness, however, is undeniable: With the investigations into the deaths of Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery currently making news, this awkward hybrid of horror and social consciousness plucks at one of our country’s rawest nerves. Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times, "‘Body Cam’ Review: Rage in Physical Form," 19 May 2020 Rudi gave Lady Gaga a run for her money and her chemistry onstage with Matt was undeniable. Martha Sorren, refinery29.com, "Why Did Matt Pull That Devastating Listen To Your Heart Finale Move?," 18 May 2020 Mayor Peterson served the city in numerous capacities for many years and his love for Wyandotte was undeniable. Meredith Spelbring, Detroit Free Press, "Wyandotte Mayor Joe Peterson dies at age 65," 17 May 2020 His talent was undeniable, but many college coaches worried the 6-foot-6 center would struggle in the transition to guard. Evan Petzold, Detroit Free Press, "Blame Jerry Krause for Michael Jordan schooling Dan Majerle in 1993 NBA Finals," 10 May 2020 The results are undeniable: Australia and New Zealand have squashed the curve. New York Times, "Vanquish the Virus? Australia and New Zealand Aim to Show the Way," 24 Apr. 2020 The appeal is undeniable; a simple story of coming out of the shadow of a Great Man. Laura Marsh, The New Republic, "Infinite Jerk," 12 Feb. 2020

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First Known Use of undeniable

1547, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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30 May 2020

Cite this Entry

“Undeniable.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/undeniable. Accessed 2 Jun. 2020.

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undeniable

adjective
How to pronounce undeniable (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of undeniable

: clearly true : impossible to deny

undeniable

adjective
un·​de·​ni·​able | \ ˌən-di-ˈnī-ə-bəl How to pronounce undeniable (audio) \

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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