Definition of unquestionability in US English:

unquestionability

noun

  • See unquestionable

    • ‘Although most leaders were democratic in the manner mentioned above, the permanence and ‘unquestionability ‘of their status could not be denied.’’
    • ‘Academic territorialism plays a part in this tabooing, but the basis of it seems to be a need to believe in the unquestionability of human uniqueness, human supremacy.’
    • ‘By criticizing the unquestionability of the monarch's absolute authority, the necessary conditions for the possibility of competition and participation were addressed.’
    • ‘Their claims cannot be objective while they claim unquestionability in attempting to do the impossible.’
    • ‘From the outset of our candidate initiation rituals, we are accustomed to the unquestionability of our training plan.’

Pronunciation

unquestionability

/-ˈkwesCHənəˈbilətē/