In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(proof) irrefutable(proof) incontestable(argument) irrebatible(argument) incontrovertiblean unanswerable question/remark — una pregunta/observación a la que no se puede responder
- The case for acting on the basis of good intelligence to discover and prevent terrorism is obviously unanswerable.
- MP] assumes its points of contention - some valid, some invalid - are under its terms and conditions unanswerable and unassailable.
- Having just returned from Iceland - a country which sits on top of the site where the two tectonic plates of Europe and America meet - I feel I have confronted evidence which makes the case for global warming virtually unanswerable.
- I could not even defend myself, because the charge of racism and racial insensitivity is ultimately unanswerable.
- But its final gesture is insinuating and unanswerable.
- Yet, in our view, such problems are answerable whereas the scientific evidence for an old Earth and old universe seems unanswerable.
- The Crown's case here that they would be in an impossible position if they had to prove both dishonesty and carelessness seems to me unanswerable.
- Or, to speak more strictly, the insane explanation, if not conclusive, is at least unanswerable; this may be observed specially in the two or three commonest kinds of madness.
- If - I have to use that word again, since the messages remain mixed - this is indeed what happens, it really will be an unanswerable demonstration that the game is up for worthwhile reform under Labour.
- They need not accept as unknowable and unanswerable the mystery that entered their lives, almost destroyed them, and turned their worlds upside down.
- The political argument for restraint is straightforward and, it seems to me, unanswerable.
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Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
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