New rule folks. You tarred the man.
I am sure you meant "tarred", and if you aren't careful, we'll add "feathered" as well!
Some people have asked me for vocabulary which will not only increase their erudition, but also their paychecks! To be sure, this is a niche market, and if it were more philosophical, it could be a Nietzsche market.
Anyway, today's word is "apodictic" (aka apodeictic), meaning that a statement is so obvious, it either does not need to be proven, or is very easily proven.
So when you show your report on X to your superior, you should say: "You will be happy to know that my conclusions are apodictic!"
If your boss is a Yale man, however, all bets are off!