indisputable

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From in- +‎ disputable.

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indisputable (comparative more indisputable, superlative most indisputable)

  1. Not disputable; not open to question; obviously true
    Synonyms: inarguable, unarguable, unchallengeable
    • 1674, [Richard Allestree], “Of Positiveness”, in The Government of the Tongue. [], Oxford, Oxfordshire: At the Theater, OCLC 1204546880, page 197:
      Nay, if he be of a proud humour, [] he will not Bate an Ace of abſolute certainty, but however doubtful or improbable the thing is, coming f[r]om him it muſt go for an indiſputable truth.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin indisputabilis.

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indisputable (plural indisputables)

  1. indisputable

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin indisputabilis.

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  • IPA(key): /indispuˈtable/, [ĩn̪.d̪is.puˈt̪a.β̞le]

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indisputable (plural indisputables)

  1. indisputable

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