Difficult or impossible to deny; irrefutable: undeniable facts. (adjective)
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Use "undeniable" in a sentence
"He presented what he called undeniable evidence Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction."
"Our legal system assumes that ANY defendant, no matter how heinous the crime, is considered innocent until proven guilty and that every defendant is entitled to certain undeniable rights which include:"
"Bush criticized those who "still call for retreat" in the face of what he called undeniable successes."