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un|ques|tion|a|ble
un|ques|tion|a|ble «uhn KWEHS chuh nuh buhl», adjective.
1. beyond dispute or doubt; certain: »

Size is an unquestionable advantage in a basketball player. Having a school diploma is an unquestionable advantage to a person who is looking for a good job.

2. accepted without question; unexceptionable: »

unquestionable doctrine.

un|ques´tion|a|ble|ness, noun.

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