Word: Irrefragable.

Something that is “irrefragable” (ih-REF-ruh-guh-bul) is impossible to refute. It is derived from the Latin for “not to oppose.”
Example (as used by Sir Henry Bessemer – the man who developed the first process for mass-producing steel inexpensively – in his Autobiography ): ” I had the most irrefragable evidence of the absolute truth and soundness of the principle upon which my invention was based.”

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