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apodictic

[ ap-uh-dik-tik ]
/ ˌæp əˈdɪk tɪk /
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adjective
incontestable because of having been demonstrated or proved to be demonstrable.
Logic. (of a proposition) necessarily true or logically certain.
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Also ap·o·deic·tic [ap-uh-dahyk-tik], /ˌæp əˈdaɪk tɪk/, ap·o·dic·ti·cal.

Origin of apodictic

1645–55; <Latin apodīcticus<Greek apodeiktikós proving fully. See apo-, deictic

OTHER WORDS FROM apodictic

ap·o·dic·ti·cal·ly, ap·o·deic·ti·cal·ly, adverb
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