Examples of usage:

  1. In order to stand together in perfect freedom and dignity, it is essential that each of the brother- nations should be incontestably able to stand alone. "America To-day, Observations and Reflections" by William Archer
  2. There is a border- land so much still in shadow that no final word can be said about the whole matter, but it is incontestably true that modifications of attention have a reflex in the modification of physical states. "Modern Religious Cults and Movements" by Gaius Glenn Atkins
  3. Unaccountable as this may sound, it is, nevertheless, incontestably true. "A Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay" by Watkin Tench
  4. Of the four allegorical figures which occupy the compartments of the ceiling, and which were all painted immediately after Raphael's arrival in Rome, Theology and Poetry are incontestably the most remarkable. "Walks in Rome" by Augustus J.C. Hare
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