verb (used without object), dis·put·ed, dis·put·ing.
verb (used with object), dis·put·ed, dis·put·ing.
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Origin of dispute
OTHER WORDS FROM dispute
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH disputedispute refute
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Examples from the Web for undisputed
You are the undisputed greatest American bike rider ever, and among the greatest cyclists of all time.I Pushed the Lance Armstrong Lie: An Open Letter to Greg LeMond|Mark McKinnon|July 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In their homeland, after all, the sport truly is an undisputed national pastime.
China is the undisputed factory of the world, and produces about half of the global cement, steel, and iron.
Naw Kham held his ground, and became the undisputed local strongman.How China Used Drones to Capture a Notorious Burmese Drug Lord|Brendon Hong|April 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Russia has been accused for years of hunting down what it sees as its enemies, but undisputed convictions of killers remain rare.
Romance survives, of course; but it has lost the undisputed empery of fiction which it held in ancient and in medieval times.Materials and Methods of Fiction|Clayton Hamilton
A third stronghold then fell into our hands, and we were in undisputed possession of the heights.Three Years in the Sixth Corps|George T. Stevens
With the death of the ignoble son of Valerian, I believed would close our undisputed reign over most of these eastern provinces.Zenobia|William Ware
None of these had any undisputed legal sanction whatever, though each of them claimed all possible legality.The History of the Confederate War, Its Causes and Its Conduct, Volume I (of 2)|George Cary Eggleston
They were more than likely the undisputed masters of the Ordovician seas.Geology|William J. Miller
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noun (dɪˈspjuːt, ˈdɪspjuːt)
Derived forms of disputedisputer, noun
Word Origin for dispute
Idioms and Phrases with undisputed
see in dispute.