Adjective: “True as proved by demonstration. Incontestable because it has been shown to be true or proved that it can be shown to be true.”

Used in a Sentence: “That the worst offenders are kept behind bars where they belong as a result of these sentencing guidelines is apodeictic.”




  1. Dude: If legislators knew that word and better yet, applied it, we’d reduce the California Codes by a factor of 10, no doubt.

    Comment by ThinkChick — 4.24.2013 @ 7:43 pm

  2. Pronounce that one for me.

    Comment by Mike M. — 4.25.2013 @ 8:57 am

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