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  • n. The property of being indisputable.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Indisputableness.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Indisputableness.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the quality of being beyond question or dispute or doubt


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  • Nobody thinks that the criterion for the success of a mathematical argument is its literal "indisputability".


  • Taste is thereby an eminently social sense, an observation that implicitly further discredits its alleged privacy and indisputability.

    Tastes and Pleasures

  • Clear scientific evidence can be used to support either side of this chestnut-flavored debate, so appeals to the indisputability of one view or another are ill-advised.


  • In social life there is certainly no similar indisputability, but the whole experience of mankind shows that totalitarianism and dictatorship inevitably slide to the rails of arbitrary rule, crimes and atrocities.

    Vitaly L. Ginzburg - Autobiography

  • This cultural hegemony is deeply hostile to the practice of communities that do not begin from the same standards of instrumental rationality; it insists upon the naturalness and indisputability of this sort of rationality, and increasingly affects the concrete practice and the rhetoric of religious communities themselves.

    The Chatham Lecture: " Convictions, Loyalties and the Secular State", Trinity College, Oxford

  • The indisputability of a fact is not very easily settled while the circumstances are in course of action by which the fact is to be decided.

    North America

  • Billy Crystal, in his brief return to the spotlight last night, reminds us of the fragility of our generation's audacious belief in the indisputability of our permanence.

    The Full Feed from

  • Europhiles are all about pretenses as well as creating and maintaining the aura of respectableness, indispensability and indisputability around their pretenses.

    The Economist: Daily news and views

  • "The fact that most of the so-called democratic countries of the world still have males as their leaders speak volume of the indisputability of differences in natures, propensities and peculiarities of each gender."

    Jihad Monitor

  • In particular, Warren considers the idea of "peer review", which alarmists constantly brandish as proof of the indisputability of their findings:

    Libertarian Blog Place


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