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unchallengeable

Line breaks: un|chal¦lenge|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈtʃalɪn(d)ʒəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of unchallengeable in English:

adjective

Not able to be disputed, opposed, or defeated: the unchallengeable truth of these basic facts
More example sentences
  • Government officials have also challenged high court rights to have any review power over the issue of detention or preventative orders, declaring that the regime's authority is absolute and unchallengeable.
  • These powers include unrestricted and essentially unchallengeable authority to arrest and kill people in ‘carrying out their duties.’
  • However, that it is now a constitutional document of some sort is an unchallengeable assertion within the New Zealand context.

Derivatives

unchallengeably

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adverb
Example sentences
  • Most Germans saw their culture as unchallengeably bourgeois-liberal.
  • You might say those are the only two unchallengeably true facts that apply to every human being on this planet.
  • He clearly and unchallengeably stands out as the purest great man in universal history.

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Pronunciation: ˈɛmjʊləs
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seeking to emulate someone or something