uncontestable

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uncontestable

(ˌʌnkənˈtɛstəbəl)
adj
not able to be disputed
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If this particular report is not uncontestable, we don't know what is.
But the fact that that Chinese vessel illegally encroached upon Philippine waters is uncontestable. And for that, the government can penalize them,' Drilon said.
(Which is obviously a criminal mixing of metaphors, but if there's one thing about grandmas that is surely uncontestable, it's that they can get away with all sorts of blathering and nonsense - "what goes on with grandma stays with grandma" kind of thing.) In truth, I was pretty much grandma'd on day one.
Rather this demonstrates why these out-of-control transnational menaces urgently need bringing under control, before their regional dominance becomes uncontestable.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan in the verdict draws the attention of all the stakeholders of civil society and nation state to the uncontestable truth that Karachi had had the status of the mother of lawlessness and disregard to universal ethics, self-control and mutual living and peaceful and harmonious dwelling in the uncontrolled populous metropolitan city which completed one chapter of her social and ethnic disharmony at the dawn of May 12, 2007, inspiring every organised group and organisation to take the law in their hands for the attainment of their hidden objectives.
By contrast, deterrent threats based on nuclear capabilities enjoy a degree of certainty that can never be achieved by conventional weapons because the costs of nuclear war, especially engagements involving more than a few nuclear weapons, are largely uncontestable. The effects of nuclear war also are easily calculated with a high degree of certainty, something that cannot be said about conventional weapons.
The attendant imprecisions involved in asserting that any given piece necessarily addresses the plague (and very few pieces seem to do so in any uncontestable manner) further erodes the connective tissue implied by the "and" of the title.
In this way, monopolistic profits are possible if the market is unregulated or uncontestable.
The New England Journal of Medicine offers an uncontestable "no way." JAMA discourages submitting preprints, and will consider one only if the submitted version offers "meaningful new information" above what the preprint disseminated.
In the video Jadhav further said that he expects to see fear in the eyes of US President Donald Trump now that 'uncontestable evidence has been provided of American duplicity'.
IT'S AN UNCONTESTABLE FACT THAT THE BEST-LAID schemes of mice and men "gang aft agley," as Robert Burns would have it--or "often go awry," as it's generally translated into English.
"I would base myself on the simple and uncontestable truth--Estonia's own investigation did not reveal any outside interference during the events of those days," said the envoy.