undisguisable

undisguisable

(ˌʌndɪsˈɡaɪzəbəl)
adj
unable to be disguised or hidden; evident, obvious
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The fair Volumnia, being one of those sprightly girls who cannot long continue silent without imminent peril of seizure by the dragon Boredom, soon indicates the approach of that monster with a series of undisguisable yawns.
However, my talent in designing user interfaces and graphical elements were undisguisable.I decided to pursue this as my specialty.
The smiles had been unforced and unfailing for almost an hour, but as another positive Press conference approached an end in the Stadium of Light's sumptuous Directors' Suite, Roy Keane's features twisted into an undisguisable grimace.
Instead of regarding it as something that was "undisguisable," as Sarah says, it's unique; it's mine.
What is required is a more graphic, immovable and undisguisable means of marking down the warned-off 'lifer' as permanently unsuitable for admission to any racing premises.
But as soon as Europe was mentioned, their differences were undisguisable.
In a strongly-worded speech to about 1,500 delegates tomorrow, party chairman Michael Ancram is to speak of his 'undisguisable contempt' for Tony Blair and to accuse Labour of stripping politics of its integrity.
But in the United States, the difference is undisguisable and produces a real dilemma, as Gunnar Myrdal taught us.
Although the publisher's jacket blurb declares that Clarke "challenges this vision" by pointing to a much improved standard of living for the general populace, greater social mobility and an extended democracy, the undisguisable tone of his story of political decline belies the feigned social optimism.
The edges of the stage are clearly marked: undisguisable housing projects to the north and east, the neoclassical decay of Cook County Hospital to the south, and miles of neglect to the west.
The undisguisable brutality and the sheer level of horror perpetrated by the U.S.-backed government was a regular object of criticism and protest.
In some of the strongest words the Tories have yet directed at Tony Blair and New Labour, Mr Ancram told delegates of his 'undisguisable contempt' for the Prime Minister's 'moral cowardice' and unwillingness to accept blame.