incontrovertibly incontrovertibly

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an obvious and provable manner

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Confronting race, history, and family this book proved incontrovertibly that the form could be as deep and complex as any prose novel.
  2. Confronting race, history, and family this book proved incontrovertibly that the form could be as deep and complex as any prose novel.
  3. There is, of course, something incontrovertibly Bolaoesque about 2666 itself: an enigmatic, unfinished novel, translated from another language, orphaned by its author.

News

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    Ask anybody who writes about television about the future of programming and he will let you know the best shows aren't on broadcast anymore. Increasingly, they're not necessarily on TV. Netflix, AMC and others have demonstrated incontrovertibly that there's a robust market for challenging, niche-market material that engages adults—and the production world has responded accordingly. The trouble ...
    on September 16, 2013     Source: AdWeek

Quotes

  1. "Maureen and I will happily do everything we can to help her," Mr. Rattner said. "Based on our long relationship with her, we feel that she has demonstrated incontrovertibly that she would be an effective candidate and a terrific president."
    on Jan 20, 2007 By: Steven Rattner Source: New York Times

  2. "Today is a day of vindication for them. Their quest for a new inquiry has been fully and incontrovertibly justified," Mr Cowen said. "A shameful attempt to distort history at the expense of the innocent -- the Widgery report -- has itself...
    on Jun 15, 2010 By: Brian Cowen Source: Irish Independent

  3. Yesterday, the New York Post reported Clinton wrote to ABC officials, complaining the "content of this drama is factually and incontrovertibly inaccurate and ABC has the duty to fully correct all errors or pull the drama entirely."
    on Sep 8, 2006 By: Bill Clinton Source: WorldNetDaily

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