for: This lady has an unquestionable elegance.
I used "elegance incontestable" and it didn't accept it
As this is in a Kwiz, can you re-post using the Report It button on your correction board as it will link directly to your query?
Oh, you got bitten by this question as well -- me also!
The correct response is "élégance certaine". The point of the question I believe, is to highlight the change in meaning when the adjective is placed before or after the noun.
Google translater I recall brings up "incontestable" but "évident", "vrai", "sûr", and "assuré" seem to rank closer as synonyms and of course it always depends upon context.
Hope that you find this helpful.
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