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Something that can't be disputed and so it is believed to be absolutely certain because it is considered to be beyond a doubt. (1)
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apodictic (adjective)
Clearly demonstrable; indisputable; except in this presentation for the year 2013: "We shouldn't depend on the words of anyone; especially, a worm, to make any valid or reliable apodictic predictions."
A prediction that is supposed to be certain.
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apodictic (adjective), more apodictic, most apodictic
A kind of argument in which someone presents his or her reasoning as categorically true; even if it is not necessarily so: Since Robert didn't consider several aspects of the computer program, he should not have made so many apodictic statements about the reliability of the usage of the system which he was presenting.
Being convinced and certain.
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