indubitable

[ in-doo-bi-tuh-buh l, -dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF indubitable

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Her costume had about it an indubitable air, a finality of perfection in its kind.

This charge was doubtful, while the man's practical piety was indubitable.

It took me three years to realise it as an indubitable fact.

My heart bounded with joy, and I held escape to be indubitable.

And yet he knew, with an indubitable knowledge, that he should ask her again.

The witnesses of the Sieur Lebrun to this fact are indubitable.

The first of our vague but indubitable data is that there is knowledge of the past.

That bishops were numerous in Ireland at this period is indubitable.

Call this then his outward conversion; and say, Paul's outward conversion is indubitable.

The facts are indubitable, but Mr. Froude does not furnish their philosophy.

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