Undeniable

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Absolute CertaintyPlay
Use 'undeniable' to express that something is true beyond any doubt. SlideHer musical talent is undeniable.
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Strong ArgumentsPlay
'Undeniable' is often used when presenting a strong argument or evidence that can't be disproven. SlideThe undeniable proof of his innocence silenced the critics.
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Convincing ImpressionPlay
Use 'undeniable' when wanting to make a strong, convincing impression in speeches or writing. SlideThe data shows an undeniable link between diet and health.