Definition of indisputable in English:

indisputable

adjective

  • Unable to be challenged or denied.

    ‘a far from indisputable fact’
    • ‘Now and again an indisputable fact can be spotted in what the same Labour MP calls ‘the media swirls’.’
    • ‘One legal expert last night said in future it may be impossible for a prosecution to succeed unless the evidence is indisputable.’
    • ‘No, stupid as it may be, it was the fact that here was indisputable proof that he would soon learn to hate me.’
    • ‘Smokers need to understand that the air they breathe is shared by non-smokers - that's an indisputable fact.’
    • ‘It is an indisputable fact that demand for healthcare will always outstrip supply.’
    • ‘It is a commandment we obey or a proposition we seek to uphold, not an indisputable natural fact like gravity.’
    • ‘Loss of high paying jobs across the US is now an indisputable fact, with many workers facing a bleak future.’
    • ‘It is indisputable that the bomb put an end to the war.’
    • ‘It was indisputable medical fact that the stomach was sterile, bacteria did not, could not, live there.’
    • ‘The certainty of mathematics would lead to correct and indisputable conclusions about society and about man.’
    • ‘It's a shock, I know, and I only just found out myself, but the facts are indisputable.’
    • ‘Those indisputable findings do not prove God, but they are examples of his handiwork.’
    • ‘It is indeed an indisputable fact that many small and medium-sized companies have done very well in the export trade.’
    • ‘The indisputable truth is that in the first instance the statement was delivered in Vieux Fort, not Gros Islet.’
    • ‘If they become financed from the same budget as police officers, then a clear and indisputable trade-off will exist.’
    • ‘Sadly, political fluff and rhetoric again ignores clear indisputable facts.’
    • ‘Almost all Americans believe there are certain indisputable facts about the case.’
    • ‘No-one is foolish enough to doubt his talent, yet it remains an indisputable fact that he has never won the games that really matter.’
    • ‘What he is saying is that they chose to ally themselves with anti-democratic forces - a fact which is indisputable.’
    • ‘What is indisputable is that they were colossally influential, spawning generations of writers desperate to mimic them.’
    incontrovertible, incontestable, undeniable, irrefutable, unassailable, beyond dispute, unquestionable, beyond question, indubitable, not in doubt, beyond doubt, beyond a shadow of a doubt, unarguable, inarguable, undebatable, unanswerable
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Origin

Mid 16th century: from late Latin indisputabilis, from in- ‘not’ + disputabilis (see disputable).

Pronunciation

indisputable

/ˌɪndəˈspjudəb(ə)l//ˌindəˈspyo͞odəb(ə)l/