Definition of Indisputability

1. Noun. The quality of being beyond question or dispute or doubt.




Definition of Indisputability

1. n. Indisputableness.

Definition of Indisputability

1. Noun. The property of being indisputable. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Lexicographical Neighbors of Indisputability

indispensable
indispensableness
indispensables
indispensably
indispensible
indispersed
indisposable
indispose
indisposed
indisposed(p)
indisposedness
indisposes
indisposing
indisposition
indispositions
indisputability (current term)
indisputable
indisputableness
indisputably
indisputed
indissipable
indissociable
indissociably
indissolubility
indissoluble
indissolubleness
indissolubly
indissolvable
indissolvableness
indistancy

Literary usage of Indisputability

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

1. The Insurance Guide and Handbook on Fire, Life, Marine, Tontine, and by Cornelius Walford (1868)
"Immediate indisputability of Policies. 2. Ihe indiscriminate use of the " Half-credit" plan. 3. Loans on Personal Security. 4. Educational Funds, Misfortune ..."

2. Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the National Association of Life by LIfe Underwriters Association of Canada (1904)
"It is an excellent record and, in some degree, can be cited as proof that the companies may reasonably guarantee indisputability, as well as proof of the ..."

3. The Canadian Law Times by Armour, Edward Douglas, 1851-1922, Judicial Committee, Great Britain, Elliott, Charles, Privy Council, Gillis, Edward, Hunter, Alfred Taylour, 1867-1957, Thompson, Bram (1911)
"... AND indisputability OF CLAIMS. ... and indisputability of unpatented claims, and as to adverse claims to the property. (a). ..."

4. Select Cases on the Law of Evidence by John Henry Wigmore (1913)
"Here, for private men's documents, its significance is that the indisputability of a document sealed by the King marked it with an extraordinary quality, ..."

5. Annals, Anecdotes and Legends: A Chronicle of Life Assurance by John Francis (1853)
"It has opened a most important question, and one that will eventually lead to indisputability in its most extended form. It will also render other offices ..."

6. Exploratio Philosophica by John Grote (1900)
"... the proving it indisputable: the destruction of such scepticism as there may be in the matter, will be effected not by the proving the indisputability, ..."

7. A Treatise on the System of Evidence in Trials at Common Law: Including the by John Henry Wigmore (1905)
"As the art of keeping the written records developed, and the practice of indisputability became trite, it might have been supposed that the constitutive ..."

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