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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishundeniableun‧de‧ni‧a‧ble /ˌʌndɪˈnaɪəbəl◂/ AWL adjective  CERTAINLY/DEFINITELYdefinitely true or certain undeniable proofsee thesaurus at trueundeniably adverb
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undeniableHer popularity among teenagers is undeniable.Either way, the transformation of the area where Broadway and Seventh Avenue converge is as remarkable as it is undeniable.His commitment is clear and his integrity is undeniable.That the suspension bridge was both graceful to look at and economical to build was undeniable.The undeniable and disturbing fact is that violence exists within each of us.The speech, an undeniable disappointment, had indeed been given in an unusually dull monotone and at great speed.It was undeniable that low wages as well as unemployment were a major cause of poverty.Eventually enough of these shapes were collected and studied for it to be undeniable that this is just what they must be.An undeniable truth hit Thomas in his Yale years: Black liberal leadership had not prepared black people to compete.
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