incontestably


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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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Note the incontestably documented pattern of conduct in recent theatres of armed conflict:
However, Lucy's racist rant is incontestably overt and she should be reprimanded.
government's new cultural test, but it delivered the most visceral cinematic experience of 2006, and was incontestably the British film of an outstanding year.
floated down on [the British War Council] with rare subtle dialectical skill and proved so incontestably to them that cutting off the enemy's big toe in the East was better than stabbing him in the heart in the West." (5)
For instance - as regards newspapers and magazines, judges ruled: "The adoption of divergent laws on the advertising of tobacco products creates, or is likely to create, incontestably, legal obstacles to trade in respect of press products and other printed publications", so a tobacco ad ban would actually help trade.
The major portion of the text addresses the ability of American citizens to litigate in a US court against a foreign sovereign for damages arising out of acts that can incontestably be called terrorism.
The estrangement between sexes, Coviello claims, furnishes the logic by which we can understand Poe's racism: "[A]s women are incontestably and absolutely different from men, so are whites absolutely different from blacks" (83).
The danger with giving your album a title as incontestably cool as Stereo Sushi is that you set yourself up for a fall if the music is anything less than perfect, which is the case here.
Though his Ruritanian wardrobe and creepy videos bespeak a blend of bad taste and ghoulishness, and his singing is humdrum, Jackson's dancing is incontestably expert, to which Fred Astaire himself testified.
Bartlett even has a bone to pick with the most prominent feature of Bush's record that's incontestably conservative, his almost religious dedication to tax cuts.
"He has chosen the least pictorial features of the least pictorial range of scenery and civilization as if they were every inch as good as Capri or Tangier; and, to reward his audacity, he has incontestably succeeded" (4).