[in-doo-bi-tuh-buh l, -dyoo-]
- that cannot be doubted; patently evident or certain; unquestionable.
Origin of indubitable
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Examples from the Web for indubitably
After his shaky hosting—sorry gays—Hugh Jackman is indubitably straight.
He must indubitably ascend to The New Yorker and begin teaching at an Ivy League school.James Wood Gets Personal
December 21, 2012
And Prince Harry may be a Windsor, but in coloration and temperament he is indubitably a flaming-red Spencer.Notes From a Royal Wedding
May 1, 2011
Yet in their racial and national relationships they are indubitably American.The American Mind
The Old and Merrie England indubitably procured it from those elements.Another Sheaf
We have, however, a Latin poem which is indubitably his work.
Indubitably, it would be more likely that a jury would convict Perry.The Winning Clue</p>
James Hay, Jr.
To the wrecker of railroads on Wall Street it was indubitably petty.The Tyranny of the Dark
- without doubt; certainly
- incapable of being doubted; unquestionable
C18: from Latin indubitābilis, from in- 1 + dubitāre to doubt
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Word Origin and History for indubitably
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