(Latin: suffix; able manner, capably)

Forming adverbs corresponding to adjectives in -able.

inconceivably (adverb), more inconceivably, most inconceivably
incontestable (adjective), more incontestable, most incontestable
1. Conveying a manner to avoid debate or challenges: Something incontestable can't be argued with because it's absolutely correct.

Incontestable evidence, truth, or facts are not open to question and are obviously true.

2. Relating to a situation in which it is impossible to question the accuracy of something because of its being obviously true: It's an incontestable fact that the earth rotates around the sun.
3. Etymology: from Latin incontestabilis, from in-, "not" + contestabilis, "arguable."
incurably (adverb), more incurably, most incurably
indefinably (adverb), more indefinably, most indefinably
Pertaining to what is impossible to describe or to explain: Erin has an indefinably alluring personality which attracts many people to his musical performances.
1. To an inexpressible degree.
2. Impossible to describe; especially, because of being extremely good or bad.
indisputably (adverb)
A description of being beyond dispute or doubt; undeniable.
indistinguishably (adverb), more indistinguishably, most indistinguishably
ineffably (adverb), more ineffably, most ineffably
1. To an indescribable degree.
2. Incapable of being expressed in words.
The quality of being impossible to avoid or to evade.
inevitably (adverb), more inevitably, most inevitably
Descriptive of something that cannot be avoided and is certain to happen: Strong arguments between individuals often inevitably result in tears; especially, when the conflict includes insults.
In an inexorable manner or continuing without any possibility of being stopped.