undeniably true

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  • It was so undeniably true they loved one another that the fact was becoming venerable with age. Cited from The Wings of the Morning, by Louis Tracy
  • They struck me as so undeniably true that I never hesitated in making an assault upon her door. Cited from The New Penelope and Other Stories and Poems, by Frances Fuller Victor
  • It was undeniably true that he had conversed with the mayor for ten full minutes, at the time and place represented. Cited from Poor and Proud [Katy Redburn], by Oliver Optic
  • It is undeniably true that the great majority of the cases of so-called rabies are pure myths. Cited from Notable Events of the Nineteenth Century, by Various
  • It is undeniably true that the humanities are failing us as the war goes on. Cited from Kings, Queens And Pawns, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • This was undeniably true, and the exceptions were very few: the way he chose his council and the officers attached to his person, shows it. Cited from Empress Marie Louise, by Imbert De Saint-Amand
  • This was undeniably true, and it had its weight with Grace, who began to look as if she thought she had been shockingly severe. Cited from The Woodlanders, by Thomas Hardy
  • This is of course utterly outrageous, and yet much of it is undeniably true. Cited from Samuel Johnson, by Leslie Stephen
  • For though the dress and colouring may have been thought the work of fancy, yet the substance of their history has been looked upon as undeniably true. Cited from Analysis of Antient Mythology, Volume II (of VI), by Jacob Bryant
  • The general is as undeniably false as the particular is undeniably true. Cited from The Doctor's Daughter, by "Vera"
  • This was undeniably true, and it took two carpenters a whole forenoon to get it open, for examination. Cited from Some Christmas Stories, by Charles Dickens
  • That is undeniably true; but I confess I don't see why such unusual precautions should be necessary in this case. Cited from An Enemy of the People, by Henrik Ibsen
  • Nothing is more hateful to resolute sinners than good counsel which is undeniably true. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture: Various, Maclaren
  • In spite of all the colonial disadvantages, as we view them, it seems undeniably true that those wives who have left any written record of their lives were truly happy. Cited from Woman's Life in Colonial Days, by Carl Holliday
  • This proposition is undeniably true, but so also is another, which apparently negatives it: the variation required has in the majority of cases actually presented itself. Cited from Darwin and Modern Science, by A.C. Seward
  • I told Peggy that Harry thought that he had done something to make her angry (that was undeniably true) and did not dare write her. Cited from The Whole Family, Howells et al.
  • At the same time it is undeniably true that he shows us a number of people in one room, talking continuously and without a single pause, on different aspects of a given theme. Cited from Play-Making, by William Archer
  • All this is undeniably true, but, granting the argument up to this point, one is then tempted to ask "What of it?" Cited from The Number Concept, by Levi Leonard Conant
  • It is undeniably true, then, that the framers of the Constitution intended to create a national judicial power, which should be paramount on national subjects. Cited from The Great Speeches and Orations of Daniel Webster
  • As for the ill-nature I shall say nothing, unless it be to remark that I do not well see how that which is undeniably true ought to be thought so very ill-natured. Cited from Miles Wallingford: Sequel to Afloat and Ashore, by James Fenimore Cooper
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