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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincontrovertiblein‧con‧tro‧ver‧ti‧ble /ɪnˌkɒntrəˈvɜːtəbəl $ ɪnˌkɑːntrəˈvɜːr-/ adjective  TRUEdefinitely true and impossible to be proved false syn indisputable CCTV provided incontrovertible evidence that he was at the scene of the crime.incontrovertibly adverb
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incontrovertibleAlthough this has been argued over for fifty years, the size of this ancient catastrophe now seems incontrovertible.The case for following the Western example of reducing the costly standing army by building a reserve of trained men became incontrovertible.The evidence that the television arrangements were bungled is incontrovertible.For this was reality, as durable as it was crucial, as incontrovertible as it was incomprehensible.If the hearings uncover some incontrovertible evidence of corruption he could look like a defender of the indefensible.It was far from incontrovertible evidence of what Gloria had suggested and Neil had confirmed.There is incontrovertible evidence that Wallenberg did not die in 1947.That Husameddin, perhaps unluckily, has wholly misrepresented Ibn Hajar is incontrovertible, however.It is incontrovertible that there has been long-continued subsidence on many oceanic atolls.
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