Definition of unchallengeably in English:

unchallengeably

adverb

  • See unchallengeable

    • ‘However, the fact persists that our society was, and still is strictly male dominant and its conservative dimension stands unchallengeably in command.’
    • ‘His stay of ten years put Penrose in an unchallengeably authoritative position, though emphasising its Establishment leanings.’
    • ‘Most Germans saw their culture as unchallengeably bourgeois-liberal.’
    • ‘He clearly and unchallengeably stands out as the purest great man in universal history.’
    • ‘Public officials and legislatures are deemed irresponsibly, unchallengeably sovereign.’
    • ‘You might say those are the only two unchallengeably true facts that apply to every human being on this planet.’