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unargued

[uhn-ahr-gyood] /ʌnˈɑr gyud/
adjective
1.
undisputed; not subject to argument or discussion:
an unargued right.
2.
undebated; unopposed by argument; admitted:
an unargued objection.
Origin of unargued
1610-1620
1610-20; un-1 + argued
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  • To such as these is it that women are to say, What thou bidst, unargued I obey?

    A New Atmosphere Gail Hamilton
  • There was no taint of arrogance in this unargued assumption.

    An Ambitious Woman Edgar Fawcett

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