All the old stories of their malice to Christians were raked together and set forth as uncontradicted truths.
As to the statement being in the books it is uncontradicted.
And it remained, for the first time, uncontradicted by anybody.
You had the range of every court in Europe uncontradicted by us.
Such is the uncontradicted testimony of contemporary historians.
The plaid finished his outburst with the uncontradicted statement that the English were mad.
As the uncontradicted idea is, for the time, reality, so is it a motor impulse.
The facts of the case were clear and uncontradicted, and a verdict of Guilty was returned.
That she would side with his accusers and the apparent, or at least uncontradicted, facts he could hardly doubt.
It appears—indeed I believe it is an uncontradicted fact—that the British fleet is now victualled by foreign product.