[ UK /ʌnˈɑːɡjuːəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. against which no argument can be made
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How To Use unarguable In A Sentence

  • I think he just thought that was an unanswerable, unarguable position - as indeed it is.
  • It is now clear and unarguable that there is a direct relationship between food advertising to children, poor diet, and rising levels of obesity and diabetes.
  • He is making the unarguable point that our desires and preferences have a social component.
  • He is making the unarguable point that our desires and preferences have a social component.
  • It seems to me unarguable that a reasonable man, in the position of the parties to the option agreement, would not take steps to inform himself of those powers and of the courses open to the local authority.
  • Obesity is the plainest, most obvious and unarguable example of an individual problem that you could imagine.
  • It is the evidence - relentless, unarguable and increasing - of Scotland's economic decline relative to the UK.
  • Your Honours, we say that it is plain, unarguable indeed, that the land reserved for the project fits that description.
  • Your counter proposal unarguable act as originally designed.
  • However, several specimens of Isojulus preserve unarguable evidence of distinct pleurites.
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