Definition of incontrovertibly in English:

incontrovertibly

Translate incontrovertibly into Spanish

Pronunciation /ˈˌinˌkäntrəˈˌvərdəblē/ /ˈˌɪnˌkɑntrəˈˌvərdəbli/ /ənˌkäntrəˈˌvərdəblē/ /ənˌkɑntrəˈˌvərdəbli/ /ˈˌiNGˌkäntrəˈˌvərdəblē/ /ˈˌɪŋˌkɑntrəˈˌvərdəbli/

adverb

See incontrovertible

‘No doubt all this is incontrovertibly false, too.’
  • ‘Refute them incontrovertibly by producing my patent disentangler from your pocket or handbag and proving them wrong.’
  • ‘We're not incontrovertibly sure about this identification, but since we can't imagine what else the bird can be, we'll take it.’
  • ‘Even back then, it seemed incontrovertibly absurd to think that someone would be so credulous about televised messages.’
  • ‘As Phil has explained more than once, he is trying to make his response so incontrovertibly clear even a sports writer will understand.’

Pronunciation

incontrovertibly

/ˈˌinˌkäntrəˈˌvərdəblē/ /ˈˌɪnˌkɑntrəˈˌvərdəbli/ /ənˌkäntrəˈˌvərdəblē/ /ənˌkɑntrəˈˌvərdəbli/ /ˈˌiNGˌkäntrəˈˌvərdəblē/ /ˈˌɪŋˌkɑntrəˈˌvərdəbli/