Definition of undeniable in English:



  • Unable to be denied or disputed.

    ‘it is an undeniable fact that some dogs are easier to train than others’
    ‘ornate fireplaces give the place undeniable class’
    • ‘However, it is also undeniable that the small shopkeepers of Swindon are a vital part of the the town.’
    • ‘Yet it is undeniable that competition for higher education has changed over the past two decades.’
    • ‘It is undeniable that we all would like to see the value of our investments rise.’
    • ‘It is undeniable that they cannot be easily summarized or reduced to one-liners.’
    • ‘It is also undeniable that some companies might overpay for their acquisitions.’
    • ‘It is undeniable that there has been a huge increase in the amount of contact amongst individuals worldwide.’
    • ‘That said, it's undeniable that his tool belt - worn slightly off the hip - really suits him.’
    • ‘It is undeniable that these are all big companies in the field of high technology.’
    • ‘It may take awhile for some of the skate pros to warn up to him, but it's undeniable that the kid rips’
    • ‘It seemed undeniable that he would one day be recognised as the greatest ever.’
    • ‘It's undeniable that emphasis on the video game business is at an all-time high right now.’
    • ‘It's undeniable that the scope of copyright has expanded vastly during the last few decades.’
    • ‘We immediately saw something in each other that made it undeniable that we were meant to be.’
    • ‘It is undeniable that as the numbers engaged in farming decline, so the character of rural communities will change.’
    • ‘It is undeniable that Christianity has shaped European history.’
    • ‘It is undeniable that a lot of what is served up in school canteens is neither healthy nor nutritious.’
    • ‘It is undeniable that what happened last Thursday is linked to what's happening abroad.’
    • ‘It is undeniable that the town's bloom committee has made great strides in the beautification of the town.’
    • ‘But it's undeniable that a rather large and rather good change in public behaviour has taken place.’
    • ‘It is undeniable that some people will find that the income from their principal source of employment will be inadequate.’
    indisputable, indubitable, unquestionable, beyond doubt, beyond question, beyond a shadow of a doubt, inarguable, undebatable, incontrovertible, incontestable, irrefutable, unassailable
    certain, sure, definite, positive, conclusive, watertight, proven, clear, clear-cut, straightforward, plain, as plain as a pikestaff, transparent, obvious, unmistakable, evident, self-evident, manifest, staring one in the face, patent, marked, pronounced, express, emphatic, categorical, unequivocal, compelling
    irrefragable, apodictic
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