[in-kon-truh-vur-tuh-buh l, in-kon-]
- not controvertible; not open to question or dispute; indisputable: absolute and incontrovertible truth.
Origin of incontrovertible
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incontestable, undeniable, unquestionable.
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Examples from the Web for incontrovertible
There was, however, one incontrovertible and highly significant difference between the two baby photo calls.Prince George and the New Royal Baby Rules
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There was incontrovertible toxicological evidence that Henri Paul was both drunk and on medication.Tina Brown: No, Conspiracy Theorists, Princess Diana Was Not Murdered
August 19, 2013
The central fact (perhaps the only incontrovertible fact) of modern India was change.‘The Lives of the Novelists’ and ‘India Becoming’: Reviewed
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April 18, 2012
I ask if he believes that the evidence so far is incontrovertible that swimming slows down the aging process.Swimming to Health? Excerpt of Lynn Sherr’s ‘Swim: Why We Love the Water’
April 8, 2012
Carpenter's indictment of civilization seems to me incontrovertible.Is civilization a disease?
If the Gulf States go, still it is their right, immemorial, incontrovertible!The Long Roll
And has an incontrovertible opinion been formed as to the paternity of this tract?
The facts speak for themselves, and facts are incontrovertible.The Winning Clue</p>
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We think we have shown this fact by incontrovertible evidence.Guano
- incapable of being contradicted or disputed; undeniable
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Word Origin and History for incontrovertible
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