[in-kuh n-tes-tuh-buh l]
- incapable of being contested; not open to dispute; incontrovertible: incontestable proof.
Origin of incontestable
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Examples from the Web for incontestably
That was incontestably so, but it bothered her a lot more than it seemed to bother the voters.Kristin Davis, Self-Styled Spitzer Madam, Is Arraigned on Drug Charges
August 7, 2013
The lamb of pasture-fed animals must be incontestably superior.In the Heart of Vosges
Being an Englishman, he was incontestably right in doing so.My Double Life
These four beings were at this moment, each and all of them, incontestably happy.The King's Mirror
The chief illustration of a book is incontestably the formula in which it is summed up.The Bird
This stream is incontestably the flumen of the Commentaries.History of Julius Caesar Vol. 2 of 2
Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873.
- incapable of being contested or disputed
Word Origin and History for incontestably
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