Definition of indisputably in US English:

indisputably

adverb

  • In a way that cannot be challenged or denied.

    ‘what he said was indisputably true’
    ‘heart disease has been indisputably linked to smoking’
    • ‘Indisputably, there is a real need for the enactment of such a law at the earliest possible opportunity.’
    • ‘Indisputably brilliant, learned, witty, warm, and generous, she is an ideal friend.’
    • ‘That's almost indisputably true.’
    • ‘They were indisputably deserving winners.’
    • ‘We've got indisputably the world's best finance sector.’
    • ‘But indisputably the best thing about this performance is the dancing itself.’
    • ‘On one level, the Revolution had indisputably failed.’
    • ‘The recording is, indisputably, I believe, one of the greatest pieces of music-making ever committed to disc.’
    • ‘His artworks indisputably constitute an important and influential 20th-century legacy.’
    • ‘The documents are indisputably authentic.’

Pronunciation

indisputably

/ˌɪndəˈspjudəbli//ˌindəˈspyo͞odəblē/