verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- certainly: There is no doubt an element of truth in what you say.
Origin of doubt
The expressions doubt but and doubt but that occur in all varieties of standard speech and writing: I don't doubt but she is sincere. There is no doubt but that the charges will affect his career. Doubt but what occurs mainly in informal speech and writing: There is no doubt but what the rainy weather will hurt the crops.
Examples from the Web for undoubtable
There was an undoubtable noise of sawing, and I knew at once that a burglar was entering our home.The Water Goats and Other Troubles|Ellis Parker Butler
He felt that her undoubtable quality had a non-individual flavour, as if standing for her class.The Island Pharisees|John Galsworthy
She read in this singular alteration of his ways the undoubtable indication of an altered character.Love-at-Arms|Raphael Sabatini
For then leaving virtue, it falls into disdained baseness, which is the undoubtable badge of one that will betray society.
Was it only his habit in diplomatic affairs to doubt everything that was not undoubtable.The Cab of the Sleeping Horse|John Reed Scott
British Dictionary definitions for undoubtable
Derived Formsdoubtable, adjectivedoubtably, adverbdoubter, noundoubtingly, adverb
Word Origin for doubt
Idioms and Phrases with undoubtable
see beyond a doubt; cast doubt on; give the benefit of the doubt; no doubt; shadow of a doubt.