Definition of unarguable in English:

unarguable

adjective

  • Not open to disagreement; indisputable.

    ‘unarguable proof of conspiracy’
    • ‘It is unarguable that environmental conditions that existed in the past did exist, and that they did result in the world as it is, but this, frankly, is useless information when deciding what had to happen.’
    • ‘The insurance industry may be the first corporate sector to go Green, forced there by the unarguable evidence of its own bottom line.’
    • ‘It will not be the first time that his father has been forced to acknowledge Zurab's unarguable case for recognition.’
    • ‘He was spelling out the future direction of American foreign policy, based on unarguable evidence of threat.’
    • ‘It is not necessary to say more about the special leave application than that it is not manifestly unarguable.’
    • ‘It is the evidence - relentless, unarguable and increasing - of Scotland's economic decline relative to the UK.’
    • ‘While Walker's commitment to serious television documentaries is unarguable, she found herself wanting to tell the story in a more profound way, to go beyond the voice-over and the dramatic reconstruction.’
    • ‘However, several specimens of Isojulus preserve unarguable evidence of distinct pleurites.’
    • ‘It seems to me unarguable that a reasonable man, in the position of the parties to the option agreement, would not take steps to inform himself of those powers and of the courses open to the local authority.’
    • ‘Your Honours, we say that it is plain, unarguable indeed, that the land reserved for the project fits that description.’
    • ‘Capitalism works because people protect their own property and it is unarguable that the easy name belongs to me.’
    • ‘Four diplomats winning Nobel Prizes for Literature is a remarkable enough statistic, but the list overlooks other fine writer-diplomats of unarguable quality.’
    • ‘This mathematical progression provides unarguable evidence of the improvement made by the white shirts in the last few decades.’
    • ‘‘Fire kills’ is the banal but unarguable opening line of the introduction to John Prescott's new vision for the country's fire and rescue service.’
    • ‘I think he just thought that was an unanswerable, unarguable position - as indeed it is.’
    • ‘Obesity is the plainest, most obvious and unarguable example of an individual problem that you could imagine.’
    • ‘It is now clear and unarguable that there is a direct relationship between food advertising to children, poor diet, and rising levels of obesity and diabetes.’
    • ‘Does Ms McIllroy think teachers should brainwash students with a rigid and unarguable conclusion about the unique value of specific works of literature?’
    • ‘In fairness to Mr Wilkins, had he disputed that it would have been unarguable.’
    • ‘She is campaigning for these ‘care pathways’ to be adopted throughout the NHS and her forthright nature, and the unarguable good sense of her idea, is already sweeping away resistance.’
    incontrovertible, incontestable, undeniable, irrefutable, unassailable, beyond dispute, unquestionable, beyond question, indubitable, not in doubt, beyond doubt, beyond a shadow of a doubt, inarguable, undebatable, unanswerable
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Pronunciation

unarguable

/ʌnˈɑːɡjʊəb(ə)l/