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Not disputed or called in question; accepted.‘the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world’‘the claim is undisputed’
undoubted, uncontested, unchallenged, unquestioned, not in question, unquestionable, indubitable, not in doubt, incontrovertible, incontestable, unequivocal, undeniable, irrefutable, unmistakable, sure, certain, clear, clear-cut, manifest, decided, definite, confirmed, absolute, accepted, acknowledged, recognized, positiveView synonyms
- ‘I was really hoping to unearth a decent movie this time, and I came up with an undisputed classic.’
- ‘The appeal raises a question of contractual construction on undisputed facts.’
- ‘This is as close to an undisputed knock-out as intellectual debate ever gets.’
- ‘It shows how ideas that seem absurd and barbaric to most of us nowadays were the undisputed norm only a century ago.’
- ‘This status of the sunnah has remained unchallenged and undisputed throughout the centuries.’
- ‘The medicinal and magical properties of the forest are undisputed.’
- ‘It is undisputed that the increasing trend to learn and use English is desirable.’
- ‘He was the undisputed champion of television comedy and there will never be another like him.’
- ‘Tyson pays his respects to the last guy who beat him and Britain's undisputed world heavyweight champion.’
- ‘He won on points and, later the same year, became undisputed champion of the world.’
- ‘In any event, he will remain the nation's undisputed leader until his last breath.’
- ‘Their presence is unquestioned and undisputed - their importance almost like an extra club in the bag.’
- ‘The facts relied upon by Mr Reynolds before the judge were clear and undisputed.’
- ‘Scott must surely be heralded as the undisputed heavy weight champion of the action adventure spectacular.’
- ‘Margo and Big Tom were the undisputed favourites among the Irish in England.’
- ‘For years to come, he would seem the undisputed leader of his country and an important European statesman.’
- ‘This, then, is the Booker Prize 2000, the undisputed highlight of the literary calendar.’
- ‘He still believes that he is going to be the undisputed champion, but all he is going to do is get hurt.’
- ‘Fortunately, they do not object because he is an undisputed master of the craft and, they add, a genuinely decent guy.’
- ‘But the palpable excitement of managing the undisputed champion of heavyweight boxing has gone.’
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