- not open to question; beyond doubt or dispute; indisputable; undeniable; certain: an unquestionable fact.
- above criticism; unexceptionable: a man of unquestionable principles.
Origin of unquestionable
Related Words for unquestionablyabsolutely, surely, definitely, undoubtedly, undeniably, decidedly, emphatically, unimpeachably, assuredly, certainly, indubitably, positively, incontrovertibly, unequivocally
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Contemporary Examples of unquestionably
In other words, the author sounds like an unquestionably worthy candidate and a writer you wish you knew more about.Who the Hell Is Patrick Modiano?
October 9, 2014
Obama instead attended a pair of political fundraisers, though one was for Sen. Dick Durbin and was unquestionably worthwhile.Brooklyn Shooting Hits Close to Bill de Blasio’s Park Slope Home
July 1, 2014
If the US commander is told to “conduct” a series of tactical tasks with 10,000 troops, he will unquestionably succeed.Should the Military Pull All Forces Out of Afghanistan After 2014?
Daniel L. Davis
February 28, 2014
While Murthy is unquestionably accomplished, there is one major gap in his résumé: He has never served as a traditional doctor.Meet Obama’s Controversial Surgeon General Nominee
Soumitra R. Eachempati, MD
February 14, 2014
The migration is unquestionably one of the great wonders of the natural world.Walking With Wildebeests: Exploring the Serengeti on Foot
July 9, 2013
Historical Examples of unquestionably
In spite of his youth he was unquestionably the dominant spirit here.Way of the Lawless
It unquestionably established Gladstone as the foremost financier of his day.The Grand Old Man
Richard B. Cook
That may not be the highest form of art, but it is unquestionably artful.
Unquestionably the Press has a great deal to do with these epidemics.Night and Morning, Complete
Blinky was unquestionably in no sort of a humour at all beyond an evil one.The Fortune Hunter
Louis Joseph Vance
- indisputably; definitelyan unquestionably great club
- (sentence modifier) without a doubt; certainlyunquestionably there were costs incurred
- indubitable or indisputable
- not admitting of exception or qualificationan unquestionable decision