Origin of indisputable
SYNONYMS FOR indisputable
ANTONYMS FOR indisputable
Related formsin·dis·put·a·bil·i·ty, in·dis·put·a·ble·ness, nounin·dis·put·a·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for indisputably
The new days in which Sarah now begins her life may not be perfect, but they are indisputably better.
Baker is the gold standard for the job, ambitious, charming and indisputably effective at managing the levers of power.The Presidents' Gatekeepers: Review of a New Film about the Chiefs of Staff|Eleanor Clift|September 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
TaskRabbit is indisputably the pioneering force that ushered in the age of online assistance.
Indisputably, the ones who love it will find ways to keep it alive.The End of an Era: The ‘Twilight’ Saga Comes to a Close|Anna Klassen|November 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Indisputably Obama, I think, though of course, he will go on the stump and lambaste Republicans for holding out on tax cuts.
Two older artists have taken a more prominent part in the war and its politics, a part that may indisputably be called political.
And what the heart told him was right, indubitably and indisputably right.Greifenstein|F. Marion Crawford
In the case of primary substance this is indisputably true, for the thing is a unit.The Categories|Aristotle
The eye of jealousy is proverbially sharp, and yet it is indisputably green.The Comic English Grammar|Unknown
There are passages, in this book which, much as they redound to the honour of their writer, are indisputably heavy reading.Henry Fielding: A Memoir|G. M. Godden