that cannot be doubted; patently evident or certain; unquestionable.
- in·du·bi·ta·bil·i·ty, in·du·bi·ta·ble·ness, noun
- in·du·bi·ta·bly, adverb
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How to use indubitable in a sentence
However, the indubitable yet oft-ignored legacy of the Sumerian culture can still be felt in the present era, with examples like the time-based division of a day into 24 hours.Who Were The Ancient Sumerians? History of the ‘First’ Mesopotamians | Dattatreya Mandal | September 15, 2022 | Realm of History
Some of the things which seem to be indubitable respecting the original work are these:—1.
Unless some more indubitable relics are found, we must place the advent of man as a tool-using animal at a much later date.Man And His Ancestor | Charles Morris
This satisfied the witnesses of the defendants' guilt, and they now state the circumstances as being indubitable proof.Select Speeches of Daniel Webster | Daniel Webster
When the thing happened it appeared to be a flagrant and indubitable case of treachery; everyone was speaking of it.The Relief of Mafeking | Filson Young
The witnesses of the Sieur Lebrun to this fact are indubitable.
British Dictionary definitions for indubitable
incapable of being doubted; unquestionable
- indubitability or indubitableness, noun
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