indisputable


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not open to question

impossible to doubt or dispute

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She had liked him for himself, that was indisputable.
And yet, with these indisputable drawbacks, here was one of those women--the formidable few--who have the hearts of men and the peace of families at their mercy.
Consequently, if my theory be true, it is indisputable that before the lowest Silurian stratum was deposited, long periods elapsed, as long as, or probably far longer than, the whole interval from the Silurian age to the present day; and that during these vast, yet quite unknown, periods of time, the world swarmed with living creatures.
It is an indisputable fact the promotion has been of benefit to the 24,000 or so spectators from home or away who wish to watch the games.
During his last state visit to the United States last September, Sang assailed the supposedly indisputable claim of China to islands in the South China Sea.
I want to stress that China has indisputable sovereignty over the Nansha islands and surrounding waters," Hua said, using the Chinese name for the Spratlys.
During the expedition to the Azasskaya cave, conference participants gathered indisputable proof that the Shoria mountains are inhabited by the Snow Man," the Daily Mail quoted the Kemerovo region administration as saying.
The fact that the cause of the Moroccan Sahara is just and that the Sahara historically belongs to Morocco is indisputable.
It is indisputable that newspapers have been weakened by hard times and a major technological shift in the dissemination of news; it is not indisputable that newspaper books coverage has suffered for the same reasons.
Igor Ilievski in Dnevnik says it is indisputable that council members have the legal right to raise their extra allowances to 84 percent of the average salary, but he wonders if they have the moral right as well.
The jury faces the unenviable task of deciding the outcome of this harrowing case but one indisputable fact remains clear.
Let's start with the indisputable truth that politicians hate term limits.
There are at least two indisputable facts about local government in the county of Northumberland.
Best's Review also promised its subscribers "a list classifying the various companies involved at San Francisco with reference to the treatment of claimants," as soon as final and indisputable evidence had been filed.