[ UK /ʌnˈɑːɡjuːəbli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an unarguable and undisputed manner
    you write as if this fact whilst inarguably forever condemning me to the ranks of Bohemianism nevertheless earned for me the right of entry into any company
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How To Use unarguably In A Sentence

  • So: Are Canadians unaminous in their despisement* of the unarguably Canadian Nickelback? CBC Radio 3
  • In summary, in addition to all the other arguments canvassed above, it is by no means unarguably correct that Australia's mandatory detention regime for asylum seekers breaches the ICCPR.
  • Richard Williams is unarguably an annoyingly self-seeking exhibitionist basking in the warm glow of his off-springs' efforts; a confrontational egotist who is an argument waiting to happen.
  • She performs the hoopla-hoop on freezing ice with dexterity and finesse and is unarguably one of the greatest performers in her chosen field.
  • There follows the concession that, yes, the American troops were very very bad, but nevertheless ‘the improvement is still, unarguably, the difference between night and day’.
  • Without the services of the unarguably world-class Scott Murray and with five changes to the side, all but the most fanciful optimists understood that Scotland's was a damage limitation exercise.
  • Grundy was the odds-on favourite, the Epsom and Irish Derby winner and unarguably the best three-year-old colt of his generation and possibly the best 10f-12f horse since Mill Reef.
  • Although standards are unarguably useful, they need to evolve as technology and our understanding of users and their goals evolve.
  • He is unarguably an outstanding man.
  • If the War Crimes Act, denial law and Holocaust day were unarguably just, calculations about malign side-effects would be irrelevant.
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