[in-di-spyoo-tuh-buhl, in-dis-pyuh-]


not disputable or deniable; uncontestable. indisputable evidence.
unquestionably real, valid, or the like.

Origin of indisputable

From the Late Latin word indisputābilis, dating back to 1545–55. See in-3, disputable
Related formsin·dis·put·a·bil·i·ty, in·dis·put·a·ble·ness, nounin·dis·put·a·bly, adverb

Synonyms for indisputable

Antonyms for indisputable Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Contemporary Examples of indisputable

Historical Examples of indisputable

  • He said this in a firm voice, as though making an indisputable statement.

    The Leopard Woman

    Stewart Edward White

  • It became known, as an indisputable fact, that she had a lover.

  • His words were received as though they were the expression of indisputable dogmas.

  • Of course it is (rejoined Antisthenes) the most indisputable specimen.

  • Am I right, then, that your claim to this knowledge is the best and most indisputable?

    A Rent In A Cloud

    Charles James Lever

British Dictionary definitions for indisputable



beyond doubt; not open to question
Derived Formsindisputability or indisputableness, nounindisputably, adverb
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Word Origin and History for indisputable

1550s, from Late Latin indisputabilis, from in- "not, opposite of, without" (see in- (1)) + disputabilis (see dispute). Related: Indisputably.

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