incontestable


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Synonyms for incontestable

incapable of being contested or disputed

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not open to question

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*"The principle of monarchies is honor seems to me incontestable. Certain rights and privileges for the aristocracy appear to me a means of maintaining that sentiment."
Hence the growth of the doctrine and of the party of Free Trade, and the willingness to try that experiment, in the face of what appear incontestable facts.
The one incontestable thing was that Carter Watson had been drunk.
Miss Snevellicci's papa being greatly exalted by this triumph, and incontestable proof of his popularity with the fair sex, quickly grew convivial, not to say uproarious; volunteering more than one song of no inconsiderable length, and regaling the social circle between-whiles with recollections of divers splendid women who had been supposed to entertain a passion for himself, several of whom he toasted by name, taking occasion to remark at the same time that if he had been a little more alive to his own interest, he might have been rolling at that moment in his chariot-and-four.
To this decision the middle-aged lady was impelled by a variety of considerations, the chief of which was the incontestable proof it would afford of her devotion to Mr.
"I had announced you beforehand to my friends as an enchanter of the `Arabian Nights,' a wizard of the Middle Ages; but the Parisians are so subtle in paradoxes that they mistake for caprices of the imagination the most incontestable truths, when these truths do not form a part of their daily existence.
Louis Superintendent David Mitchell, while bemoaning the tragic lot of the Indians, expressed no regret that the projects they backed also further impoverished the Indians: "Rather, like most of their ethnocentric contemporaries, they regarded white expansion as an incontestable good."
While it is incontestable that the school system bottomed out just as our generation was learning its Ps and Qs, it is not, as the authors claim, a simple question of progressive ideology destroying traditional (i.e.
Encore une fois, nos policiers et gendarmes ont ete d'un professionnalisme incontestable dans la gestion des foules.
These devices need to be present; their utility is incontestable.
It further said the Minister of Defence, has inarguably displayed incontestable lack of the required sensibility and capacity to serve as Defence Minister in a country of over 180 million people with over 300 ethnic nationalities.
D'aucuns estiment que la qualite sanitaire du cheptel est incontestable et que les prix de vente restent relativement abordable par rapport aux annees precedentes.