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unassailable

adjective as strong as a fortress, commletely defensible, impenetrable, impossible to disprove, impossible to dispute, impregnable, not attackable, not caaable of being, not subject to attack, not vulnerable, strong, undeniable
See also: categorical, certain, clear, defensible, definitive, immune, inappealable, incontestable, inexpugnable, infallible, insuperable, insurmountable, invincible, irreprehensible, positive, safe, secure, tenable, unimpeachable
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Does this visible falsehood, handed down from generation to generation for over two hundred years, now stand as the unassailably and indispensably visible truth absent which constitutional being could not be?
Mobilisation of human consciousness and the national human factor element requires the adoption of discourses that are unassailably linked with the people's lived experiences and their exigencies of existence.
This places these Beaker sherds from Phase 3i unassailably in the period before 2480 cal BC (at the end of the date range for Phase 3ii), most probably in the twenty-sixth century cal BC if they were introduced into the bluestone hole when the bluestone was pulled out, prior to the stones of Phase 3ii being erected.
Loy was "clearly and unassailably protected by the First and Fourteenth Amendments of the U.
A trust protector should be unassailably objective, especially given unresolved issues in the law and the inherent conflict of interest between beneficiary and remaindermen and between beneficiary and trustee.
But although the book Ellison used has, in the words of the Washington Post, "an unassailably all-American provenance," and provided him with "a savvy bit of political symbolism," it is probably safe to say that Jefferson never swore an oath on the Koran.
have worked to counter this association by dipping into the unassailably masculine practices of sports.
Still, the unimpeachably gay-inflected narrative architecture of "The Three Men" juts throughout the text, most unassailably in one area: nomenclature.
Trying to get a framework in place, now, before the next attack, seems an unassailably good idea; in the aftermath, the inevitable panic and chaos would not allow for the careful consideration necessary to devise the best course in order to maximize safety and at the same time to limit damage to the Constitution.
That he was unassailably and prematurely correct on every major issue of our times must be small comfort as he contemplates the wreckage of his career.
Mozart's unparalleled ability to devise music that exactly captures the essence of each of these diverse characters has established this work unassailably in the first rank of great operas.
I]n a judicial proceeding in which there is a dispute about the facts of some earlier event, the factfinder cannot acquire unassailably accurate knowledge about what happened.