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incontestably

adverb admittedly, assuredly, certainly, clearly, conclusively, indisputably, indubitably, infallibly, irrefutably, irresistibly, obviously, palpably, patently, plainly, reliably, self-evidently, unambiguously, unassailably, uncontroversially, undeniably, unimpeachably, unmistakably, unquestionably
See also: admittedly
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Almost half a century later, it is slightly disturbing to think that "Confucius" as a cultural icon has now been dusted off and distributed worldwide as an enduring Chinese patriarch, whose image remains incontestably unblemished.
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while Bouvard and Pecuchet, for its part, would seem incontestably to have an incipit at its disposal, and yet to lack, explicitly, its explicit.
Whether Paolo Di Canio starts three or an entire XI of new recruits, this, now, is incontestably his team.
From the moment the substance of the facts is established incontestably, there will necessarily be a strong response", Fabius added.
Unemployment is incontestably the main challenge facing Arab countries.
The most important instrument to upgrade to this level is being seen as education incontestably [1].
The author, who is a senior producer at American Public Media's business radio programme 'Marketplace', argues incontestably that 'borrowing money is one of the oldest engines of economic growth'.
Imad Shuwaikih, technical services practice manager, Itqan said, "The level of market readiness in UAE and the region for automating the health, safety, quality and risk management is becoming incontestably high.
Finally, Jaber's novel is an incontestably exciting read.
The Sofitel Agadir Thalassa Sea & Spa offers the best of today's thalassotherapy treatments, paired with Sofitel's inimitable standards and is incontestably the new well-being reference in Morocco," said Robert Gaymer Jones, CEO of Sofitel Worldwide.