inarguable inarguable

Definition(s):

  • (adj) against which no argument can be made

Usage(s):

  1. What strikes me as inarguable is that Hillary is today a more resonant, consequential, and potent figure than she has ever been before.
  2. Politically, though, the logic was inarguable: each side would get something, though very far from all that it wanted.
  3. What strikes me as inarguable is that Hillary is today a more resonant, consequential, and potent figure than she has ever been before.

News

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Quotes

  1. "It is inarguable," Carter added, "that Israel has a right to defend itself against attacks on its citizens, but it is inhumane and counter-productive to punish civilian populations in the illogical hope that somehow they will blame Hamas and...
    on Aug 1, 2006 By: Jimmy Carter Source: Jerusalem Post

  2. "The decisions we've made have been very hard, but they have been necessary," Tilton told employees in a recorded message Tuesday. "The fundamental economics of this business are inarguable. You have to cover your costs even when customers do...
    on Jan 5, 2005 By: Glenn Tilton Source: San Diego Union Tribune

  3. Candy Crowley said it quite simply on CNN: "Karl Rove and Scooter Libby did discuss the identity of a CIA agent with reporters, Katrina was an inarguable disaster and there were no weapons of mass destruction."
    on Jun 5, 2008 By: Candy Crowley Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

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