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unquestionable

Syllabification: un·ques·tion·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈkwesCHənəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of unquestionable in English:

adjective

Not able to be disputed or doubted: his musicianship is unquestionable
More example sentences
  • Is the evidence genuine and of unquestionable origin?
  • We still tend to consider people in higher positions unmovable and unquestionable, just like our kings were.
  • Spartan dominance rose from its unquestionable position as the preeminent continental army of the region.
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unquestionability

1
Pronunciation: /-ˈkwesCHənəˈbilətē/
noun
Example sentences
  • Although most leaders were democratic in the manner mentioned above, the permanence and ‘unquestionability ‘of their status could not be denied.’
  • Their claims cannot be objective while they claim unquestionability in attempting to do the impossible.
  • From the outset of our candidate initiation rituals, we are accustomed to the unquestionability of our training plan.

unquestionably

2
Pronunciation: /-blē, -ˈkweSH-/
adverb
[sentence adverb]: unquestionably, the loss of his father was a grievous blow
More example sentences
  • Both sides in turn had matchwinning chances, but in the end the draw was unquestionably the fairest result.
  • And what comes out of the oven is unquestionably, unarguably, indisputably, a brick.
  • It has enlisted some good people and unquestionably has achieved some positive results for the economy.

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