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Closed to debate or further discussion: undebatable facts.

un′de·bat′a·bly adv.


not able to be debated
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If they are really serious about preserving the sanctity and integrity of the Constitution, why hasn't any one of them filed impeachment charges against the notorious majority of the incumbent Supreme Court justices who have continually defied the nonnegotiable, undebatable constitutional command to dispense justice more speedily, i.
After 60 years, and the so-called miracle on the Han River, it is undebatable the free South had proved to the world which system rewards human talent more effectively.
That may sound extreme, but humans are already extreme, and people need to realize the simple, undebatable truth that nothing--absolutely nothing--right now is more important than coming together, accepting one another, and working to protect and save our planet.
He did not view the solution as undebatable, regardless of Israel's consent or rejection.
Despite the undebatable convenience of international travel, terror attacks and recent geo-political developments - such as Brexit and the US travel ban on mainly Muslim countries- are threatening to curb the travel freedom enjoyed by many around the globe.
The importance of empowered employees in increasing business efficiency is undebatable.
With an undebatable fact of American pop culture's global dominance, no matter how innovative or creative K-pop can be, it is still referenced to American pop as an archetype of global pop styles and genres (P.
Third, make the "motion to proceed" undebatable, or at least subject to a majority vote.
It is of key importance to educate parents about the undebatable benefits of proper children restraint systems.
White Privilege--An undebatable, inheritable, Eurocentric advantage that has oppressed and disadvantaged those without this advantage as lesser in every way, particularly associated with race discrimination.
While much about the climate conversation has been muddled by conjecture and half-truths, there are three undebatable extremes being observed in the U.
This rule was clearly intended "to deal with cases of willful disregard of duty, of conscious failure on the part of accountants, or of undebatable culpability.