Definition of inarguably in English:

inarguably

adverb

See inarguable

‘The film's reception in the USA will no doubt be assisted by the inarguably talented cast who made themselves available to the project.’
  • ‘Spending time with these motley characters again is, inarguably, loads of fun.’
  • ‘Finally, it is inarguably a stunning product in terms of the sound and picture quality.’
  • ‘His ‘torture memo’ is inarguably a horrific piece of legal reasoning, which uses lawyerly cleverness to evade the plain sense of words and endorse the policies his superiors wanted endorsed.’
  • ‘My past experience with insurance companies has been that they are always, inarguably, right, so I await with anticipation the narrative they concoct concerning this.’