incontrovertibly


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in·con·tro·vert·i·ble

 (ĭn-kŏn′trə-vûr′tə-bəl, ĭn′kŏn-)
adj.
Impossible to dispute; unquestionable: incontrovertible proof of the defendant's innocence.

in·con′tro·vert′i·bil′i·ty, in·con′tro·vert′i·ble·ness n.
in·con′tro·vert′i·bly adv.
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Adv.1.incontrovertibly - in an obvious and provable manner; "his documentary sources are demonstrably wrong"
Translations
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incontrovertibly

[ɪnˌkɒntrəˈvɜːtɪblɪ] ADVde manera incontrovertible
this is incontrovertibly trueésta es una verdad incontrovertible

incontrovertibly

References in classic literature ?
In short, to bring the matter at once to a point, it was incontrovertibly evident that somebody had taken the shop and fixtures of the long-retired and forgotten Mr.
It proved, incontrovertibly, the disastrous effects of machinery and division of labour; the concentration of capital and land in a few hands; overproduction and crises; it pointed out the inevitable ruin of the petty bourgeois and peasant, the misery of the proletariat, the anarchy in production, the crying inequalities in the distribution of wealth, the industrial war of extermination between nations, the dissolution of old moral bonds, of the old family relations, of the old nationalities.
Yet a closer study of the man's features, carriage, and the contour of his head carried almost incontrovertibly the assurance that he was insane, while the tones of his voice and his gestures resembled those of a sane and intelligent mortal.
The youth in front by the chain prevented him from attacking the youth behind, and the youth behind, with the rope, prevented him from attacking the youth in front, and both prevented him from attacking Collins, whom he knew incontrovertibly to be the master of evil and hurt.
When one has been duped so incontrovertibly and so publicly there's only one thing to say: Is my face red!
We have the facts, the data, and the practical successes to incontrovertibly support that insistence.
Sirius, the dog star, associated with the dog days of summer and the attendant sickness and drought, was classified with such incontrovertibly red objects as Mars and Antares.
The report stated that it had been incontrovertibly established that the memorandum was authentic and Haqqani was the originator and the architect of it.
The bigger problem with social media, however, is its incontrovertibly anarchic nature.
The Forced Adoptions History Project is part of the Federal Government's response to a Senate inquiry that found Australian women were incontrovertibly coerced into giving up their babies for adoption by people and institutions including their families, doctors, hospital staff and religious organisations.
Now, improbably but incontrovertibly, the Swans are heading for the Europa League, their centenary year putting a first major trophy on the sideboard.
Paula Hardy, chief executive of Welsh Women's Aid, said yesterday: "Our research demon-strates incontrovertibly that if the UK Government is to stand by its commitment to ensure that legal aid is retained for domestic violence victims in private family law proceedings, the domestic violence gateway criteria must be widened to better reflect the range of routes that women take to safety and the kind of evidence that they might have.