unchallengeable


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un·chal·lenge·a·ble

 (ŭn-chăl′ən-jə-bəl)
adj.
Not open to challenge: unchallengeable facts.

un·chal′lenge·a·bly adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unchallengeable - not open to challengeunchallengeable - not open to challenge; "unchallengeable facts"; "a position of unchallengeable supremacy"
noncontroversial, uncontroversial - not likely to arouse controversy
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Translations

unchallengeable

[ˈʌnˈtʃælɪndʒəbl] ADJincontestable, incuestionable
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unchallengeable

adjunanfechtbar; proof alsounwiderlegbar; confidenceunerschütterlich
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unchallengeable

[ʌnˈtʃælɪndʒəbl] adjincontestabile
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References in classic literature ?
'And he writes to me here, that he will be glad to show me, in operation, the only true system of prison discipline; the only unchallengeable way of making sincere and lasting converts and penitents - which, you know, is by solitary confinement.
He is presently reassured on these subjects by the unchallengeable reality of Mrs.
The rich musical heritage created since ancient times is unchallengeable proof of a genetic talent that is inherent in every generation of the Azerbaijani nation.
Court of Cassation's verdict is unchallengeable as per the Egyptian Criminal Code.
The unwritten law is that the party leader is supreme, unchallengeable in any presidential race.
'The few antagonistic to the suspension and trial of Justice Onnoghen are directly seeking a return to the rules of the jungle, where might and position of influence was a guaranteed license to indulge in all manner of unlawful acts unchallengeable.
" Given the unchallengeable Rule 56 finding that a jury could find that [plaintiff Jason] Begin posed no immediate threat to anyone but himself, and given the ambiguous record concerning precisely where each person stood at the moment Drouin decided to fire, we have no choice but to assume that Begin could not have reached out and stabbed anyone first without advancing as many as twenty feet toward the barrel of Drouin's raised gun.
The court shall adjudicate this appeal within seven days from the date of lodging the case with a final and unchallengeable verdict.
The history of intellectual growth and discovery clearly demonstrates the need for unfettered freedom, the right to think the unthinkable, discuss the unmentionable, and challenge the unchallengeable. To curtail free expression strikes twice at intellectual freedom, for whoever deprives another of the right to state unpopular views necessarily also deprives others of the right to listen to those views.
Doyle, who killed John Martin at a tip in Birmingham, also accuses the Parole Board of being "unaccountable and unchallengeable".
Furthermore, he said the accused had shown remorse during trial as evidenced by his decision to not cross-examine most of the prosecution's witnesses, as it was his view that the evidence they tendered before court was for the most part true and therefore unchallengeable.
The Philippine claim of sovereignty over the West Philippine Sea ought to be granite solid and unchallengeable. What are the basic elements, or the requirements, for establishing territorial sovereignty?