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Definition of "indubitably" []

  • In a manner that leaves no possibility of doubt; undoubtedly. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "indubitably" in a sentence
  • ""I hope you're being paid to do this," said a stout patron, well-suited in navy, the label indubitably Italian."
  • "In fact, a large part of the import of the word, when used in a statement like “Brent Weeks raped The Wheel of Time” indubitably comes from the shock power of the figuration, the imagery of sexual violence."
  • "Now, if this be true, as it most indubitably is true, surely if we are interested in controlling the future in some measure, surely it is our first and paramount duty to recognize our responsibility to the future to stop war as an instrument of national policy, if this be possible."