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inarguable Line breaks: in|argu¦able
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈɑːɡjʊəb(ə)l/

Definition of inarguable in English:


Another term for unarguable.
Example sentences
  • As a legal matter, this conclusion is inarguable.
  • This, it must be said, is pretty much inarguable.
  • Despite show-stopping good looks and inarguable talent, she just didn't seem to fit the mould for the ideal leading lady.



Example sentences
  • The film's reception in the USA will no doubt be assisted by the inarguably talented cast who made themselves available to the project.
  • Spending time with these motley characters again is, inarguably, loads of fun.
  • Finally, it is inarguably a stunning product in terms of the sound and picture quality.

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