Definition of incontestable in English:

incontestable

Syllabification: in·con·test·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌinkənˈtestəbəl
 
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adjective

  • Not able to be disputed.
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    • Does that not amount to the Minister making a conclusive and incontestable decision about a matter of law?
    • It is unequivocal and incontestable, and what has happened?
    • If argument did not deliver incontestable conclusions, where was one to go?

Derivatives

incontestability

Pronunciation: /-ˌtestəˈbilitē/
noun
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  • The second concerned the incontestability of such law.
  • In a sense, the evidence provided the bricks and mortar of the case; Huntley had threaded his thin and frantic line of defence around their incontestability.
  • Another common caveat to incontestability clauses limits the period of disability.

incontestably

adverb
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  • Dr Johnson is endlessly quoted here, because he is so incontestably right.
  • The 31-year-old is incontestably the dazzling jewel in the crown of an otherwise less than ornate side.
  • Never can I recall my sense of that ancient democratic truth being so emphatically, incontestably made flesh.

Origin

late 17th century: from French, or from medieval Latin incontestabilis, from in- 'not' + contestabilis 'able to be called upon in witness', from the verb contestari (see contest).

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