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ungainsayable

Line breaks: un|gain¦say|able
Pronunciation: /ˌʌnɡeɪnˈseɪəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of ungainsayable in English:

adjective

formal
Undeniable; irrefutable: the front porch and doorway of a house convey ungainsayable class signals
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  • My friend, Labour party member, and ungainsayable leftist recommends his ‘friend and favourite vicar-in-training’ in the Guardian.
  • And then there's the ungainsayable observation (once it's explained) ‘that a bus full of rancorous, quarrelsome, and aggressive passengers is bound sooner or later to have a collision’.
  • I got most of the way through, sleepily agreeing, until I was pulled up by such an ungainsayable falsehood that I was forced to go back and revise my opinion of the rest.

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