incontrovertible incontrovertible  /ɪŋ ˌkɑn troʊ ˈvɜr tɪ bəl/


  1. (adj) impossible to deny or disprove
  2. (adj) necessarily or demonstrably true


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  • The security camera footage provided incontrovertible proof that the defendant was at the crime scene.


  • Taxing the wealthy would save pensions

    Those invested in the States Universities Retirement System have heard for some time now that their pension is rock solid. So have our political leaders been blowing smoke? Well, for starters, the harrowing pension numbers they like to cite are not as incontrovertible as they'd have us believe. read more
    on June 19, 2013     Source:


  1. "It is an incontrovertible fact that if a retailer has sales over $1 million and he sells an additional 40 gallons of milk at $2.50 per gallon, for a total of $100, a tax of 26 cents is levied upon him and the state collects 26 cents," Pfeifer...
    on Sep 17, 2009 By: Paul Pfeifer Source: Forbes

  2. "We have incontrovertible evidence that these persons played a major role in [recent developments in Georgia]. It was planned there [Russia], financed from there and implemented through the help of their friendly oligarchs," Saakashvili said.
    on Nov 7, 2007 By: Mikhail Saakashvili Source: Civil Georgia

  3. Lindzen agrees that climate scientists can't rely solely on remote sensing techniques to get "solid, incontrovertible data" about aerosols and clouds.
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Richard Lindzen Source: MIT News

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