Definition of Incontrovertibility

1. Noun. The quality of being undeniable and not worth arguing about.




Definition of Incontrovertibility

1. n. The state or condition of being incontrovertible.

Definition of Incontrovertibility

1. Noun. The state or characteristic of being incontrovertible, of not being debatable; incontestability. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incontrovertibility

incontinence of urine
incontinence pad
incontinence pads
incontinences
incontinencies
incontinency
incontinentia
incontinentia pigmenti
incontinentia pigmenti achromians
incontinently
incontracted
incontradictable
incontravertable
incontrollable
incontrovertibility
incontrovertible
incontrovertibleness
incontrovertibly
inconvenience
inconvenience oneself
inconvenienced
inconveniences
inconveniencies
inconveniencing
inconveniency
inconvenient
inconveniently
inconversable
inconversant

Literary usage of Incontrovertibility

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Constitutional and Political History of the United States by Hermann Von Holst, John Joseph Lalor, Ira Hutchinson Brainerd (1892)
"... that fact made the significance of his attack much greater, for the opponents of slavery would naturally not fail to represent the incontrovertibility ..."

2. Handy-book of Literary Curiosities by William Shepard Walsh (1892)
"... conviction of the incontrovertibility of the evidence of the senses, of the truths of actual experience,—in short, of facts,—and the phrase, ..."

3. Folks from Dixie by Paul Laurence Dunbar (1898)
"Cleary made the usual pause for dramatic effect and to let the incontrovertibility of his argument sink into the minds of his hearers. The pause was fatal. ..."

4. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1839)
"... to which, in consideration of their supposed incontrovertibility and extensive applicability, have been given, for distinction sake, the name of axioms. ..."

5. The Platform: Its Rise and Progress by Henry Lorenzo Jephson (1891)
"... by its absolute incontrovertibility— namely, that no Government could be satisfactory to the people, or could be expected to deal fairly with their ..."

6. Historical Introduction to the Private Law of Rome by James Muirhead, Henry Goudy (1899)
"... when he first appeared before the magistrate, of the incontrovertibility of the plaintiffs claim,6 what in the later jurisprudence was called confessio ..."

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