indisputably

All Adverb
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  • Once more, she knew exactly and indisputably what is right and what is wrong. Cited from Night and Day, by Virginia Woolf
  • The order of the names which have come down to us is not indisputably established. Cited from History Of Egypt, Volume 6 (of 12), by G. Maspero
  • He had looked upon her as property that was indisputably his. Cited from The Man in the Twilight, by Ridgwell Cullum
  • The place in contemporary Italian of such work as his is indisputably considerable. Cited from The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol. 2, by Warner
  • Besides, it must be established indisputably that her grandfather was a very great man. Cited from Night and Day, by Virginia Woolf
  • Such must be the science of every living and progressive reality; such social science indisputably is. Cited from The Philosophy of Misery, by P. J. Proudhon
  • Thirty years ago the majority was indisputably the other way. Cited from The English Constitution, by Walter Bagehot
  • He would throw them together -- and when the truth was indisputably proven he would act. Cited from The Tyranny of Weakness, by Charles Neville Buck
  • She was considering a problem in living, and one which indisputably had two sides. Cited from Law-Breakers and Other Stories, by Robert Grant
  • But the war has done one thing to Rome indisputably. Cited from The Martial Adventures of Henry and Me,by W. White
  • She is, indisputably, the first literary female I ever met with. Cited from Reminiscences of Coleridge and Southey, J. Cottle
  • But for whatever thing and things Parliament be good, indisputably it must start with other than a lie in its mouth! Cited from Past and Present, by Thomas Carlyle
  • What our heart and our reason refused to believe has come indisputably true, to the greatest shame of humanity. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, Feb 1915
  • It was significant how, gradually and indisputably, the tone of teacher had dropped out of his conversation. Cited from The Mystics, by Katherine Cecil Thurston
  • What is more certain than deduction when the principles from which it reasons are indisputably established? Cited from Beacon Lights of History, Volume VI, by John Lord
  • Such conduct, I think we may say, indisputably proves the interest which he takes in matters military. Cited from The Economist, by Xenophon, Dakyns translation
  • At least, this is its usual and allowed construction, and no other is acknowledged to be indisputably right. Cited from The Grammar of English Grammars, by Goold Brown
  • Whatever he believes in he does not doubt, but holds to be self-evidently or indisputably true. Cited from Pragmatism, by D.L. Murray
  • However, no material evidence indisputably of Solomon's reign has been found.
  • Indisputably in one, and that a main sense, they are superior. Cited from Physics and Politics, by Walter Bagehot
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