indisputable


indisputable
(in-di-spu-ta-bl') adj.
Qui ne peut devenir l'objet d'une dispute.
   L'origine et la source antique De ces dieux, fantômes charmants, De votre verve prophétique Indisputables éléments, J. B. ROUSS. Odes, IV, 6.
   Nous nous bornerons aux faits indisputables, VOLT. Philosophie, Sectes des Juifs, Samaritains..
   Lat. indisputabilis, de in.... 1, et disputare, disputer.

Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré. . 1872-1877.

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  • indisputable — is pronounced with the stress on the third syllable. See also in , un …   Modern English usage

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