Definition of incontestably in English:

incontestably

Pronunciation /ˌinkənˈtestəblē/ /ˌɪnkənˈtɛstəbli/

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adverb

See incontestable

‘Dr Johnson is endlessly quoted here, because he is so incontestably right.’
  • ‘The 31-year-old is incontestably the dazzling jewel in the crown of an otherwise less than ornate side.’
  • ‘Never can I recall my sense of that ancient democratic truth being so emphatically, incontestably made flesh.’
  • ‘Seligman gets his critique under way with a sweeping indictment of the doctrine of natural rights, which he claims has been proved incontestably by modern jurisprudence and political philosophy to be mistaken.’
  • ‘He simply trumped it six days later with his incontestably magnificent fifth symphony.’