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Synonyms for indisputable

Synonyms for indisputable

not open to question

impossible to doubt or dispute


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Many had found their rest on the field of battle whose names figured in the "Book of Honor" of the Gun Club; and of those who made good their return the greater proportion bore the marks of their indisputable valor.
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 possible that he was not forgiven for this indisputable superiority by those who ranked above him; but, on the other hand, there was not one of his men that did not feel for him something of the affection of children for a good mother.
I've done enough for it to give me the indisputable right to lay it, if I choose, for an everlast- ing rest in the dust-bin of progress, amongst all the sweepings and, figuratively speaking, all the dead cats of civilization.
I have now brought what I consider the indisputable proof.
It was an advance, and as such, perhaps, some ladies of indisputable correctness and gentility will condemn the action as immodest; but, you see, poor dear Rebecca had all this work to do for herself.
Had he been informed by an indisputable authority that the end of the world was to be finally accomplished by a catastrophic disturbance of the atmosphere, he would have assimilated the information under the simple idea of dirty weather, and no other, because he had no experience of cataclysms, and belief does not necessarily imply comprehension.
He wore his own dark hair, and was accoutred in a riding dress, which together with his large boots (resembling in shape and fashion those worn by our Life Guardsmen at the present day), showed indisputable traces of the bad condition of the roads.
They agreed that the weather was of high promise; and Clennam kept the talk in that safe direction until it had become easy again, when he gently diverted it to Henry Gowan and his quick sense and agreeable qualities when he was delicately dealt With; he likewise dwelt on the indisputable affection he entertained for his wife.
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.
Let's start with the indisputable truth that politicians hate term limits.
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.