verb (used without object), dis·put·ed, dis·put·ing.
verb (used with object), dis·put·ed, dis·put·ing.
Origin of dispute
Synonyms for dispute
Related Words for undisputedlyconsistently, commonly, universally, collectively, popularly, communally, concertedly, consensually, cooperatively, harmoniously, undisputedly, unitedly
Examples from the Web for undisputedly
Contemporary Examples of undisputedly
Undisputedly the horrible acts committed by radical Muslims have had a big impact.13 Years After 9/11, Anti-Muslim Bigotry Is Worse Than Ever
September 11, 2014
Historical Examples of undisputedly
No longer was Roland undisputedly first in valor at the court of Charlemagne.With Spurs of Gold
Frances Nimmo Greene
There are fifteen epistles of which eight are undisputedly forgeries.When Were Our Gospels Written?
In their set they must be the first, the undisputedly luckiest, cleverest, and best off.The Benefactress
Any step his Fair Enemy won in the secret game Pull between them, she was undisputedly to keep.Lord Ormont and his Aminta, Complete
The Georgics are indisputably, and, I believe, 370 undisputedly even a finer poem than the neid.Life of Lord Byron, Vol. 6 (of 6)
noun (dɪˈspjuːt, ˈdɪspjuːt)
Word Origin for dispute
c.1300, from Old French desputer (12c.) "dispute, fight over, contend for, discuss," from Latin disputare "weigh, examine, discuss, argue, explain," from dis- "separately" (see dis-) + putare "to count, consider," originally "to prune" (see pave).
Used in Vulgate in sense of "to argue, contend with words." Related: Disputable; disputed; disputing. The noun is not certainly recorded before 1590s (disputacioun in that sense is from late 14c.).
see in dispute.