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incontestable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincontestablein‧con‧test‧a‧ble /ˌɪnkənˈtestəbəl◂/ adjective  TRUEclearly true and impossible to disagree with syn indisputable We had incontestable proof of her innocence.
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incontestableProof of the harmful effects of smoking is incontestable.Many investigations involve cases where the evidence is incontestable.He always paid the banks, and he paid all other incontestable bills on time.Cultural studies also underestimate the importance of racism which is an incontestable fact in the lives of many black people.He rather hoped she would complain so he could point out that incontestable fact.But, when the times comes, his proposers look as if they will have an incontestable piece of evidence.
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