Definition of undeniable in English:

undeniable

Syllabification: un·de·ni·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌəndəˈnīəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Unable to be denied or disputed: it is an undeniable fact that some dogs are easier to train than others ornate fireplaces give the place undeniable class
More example sentences
  • It's undeniable that the scope of copyright has expanded vastly during the last few decades.
  • It seemed undeniable that he would one day be recognised as the greatest ever.
  • Yet it is undeniable that competition for higher education has changed over the past two decades.
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Derivatives

undeniably

adverb
[sentence adverb]: the topic is undeniably an important one
More example sentences
  • He's also undeniably pleased with the positive critical reaction.
  • Frustrating his films may be, but they're undeniably unique, powerful, and beautiful to look at.
  • There is also an undeniably powerful link between our biology and our emotions.

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