undebatable


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un·de·bat·a·ble

 (ŭn′dĭ-bā′tə-bəl)
adj.
Closed to debate or further discussion: undebatable facts.

un′de·bat′a·bly adv.

undebatable

(ˌʌndɪˈbeɪtəbəl)
adj
not able to be debated
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This is as unhelpful as it is undebatable, since it is how one explains the symbolic notation of quantification to begin with.
It is undebatable that she is the direct cause of his death, since she opens the door of the corral and the black horse runs away.
There was still time for Vidic to be dismissed for a second - undebatable - yellow card.
20) His statement, which might seem undebatable, may in fact be a bit broader than Chief Justice Roberts really means, and may imply more than he actually said.
But we need a more rigorous, operational definition that establishes an undebatable correlation between the food and the subsequent reaction, using a food challenge and consideration of the condition's natural history.
43) What strikes me as undebatable, however, is that considering the question of poverty and wealth within the framework of virtue inexorably channels attention toward the character and the material condition of the giver.