Definition of indubitable in English:

indubitable

Line breaks: in|dub¦it|able
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈdjuːbɪtəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Impossible to doubt; unquestionable: an indubitable truth
More example sentences
  • The story has many variants, but all of them reflect an indubitable truth - China-made toys are taking a great market share in global markets.
  • This fact about induction, we are told, is the difficulty that makes science fall short of telling us indubitable truths about the world.
  • If this is so, no judgement, however modest, is absolutely indubitable.
Synonyms

Origin

late Middle English: from Latin indubitabilis, from in- 'not' + dubitabilis (see dubitable).

Derivatives

indubitably

adverb
[sentence adverb]: indubitably, liberalism parades under many guises
More example sentences
  • The goal of this doubting process is to arrive at a list of beliefs that are certain and indubitably true.
  • Military detention does indubitably pose potential risks to liberty, though there are also powerful justifications for it, in a narrow range of cases.
  • But in the end, their decision was indubitably made easier by the more cavalier attitudes of their postmodern upbringing.

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