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Date: 1600-1700
Origin: controvertible 'that can be argued about' (17-21 centuries), from controvert 'to dispute' (17-21 centuries), from controversy

incontrovertible

adjective
     
in‧con‧tro‧ver‧ti‧ble
definitely true and impossible to be proved false [= indisputable]:
CCTV provided incontrovertible evidence that he was at the scene of the crime.
incontrovertibly adverb

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